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The Tempest programme should be recognised as central to the credibility of the UK's claim to be an independent military actor. This paper explores its risks and opportunities.
Jack Watling and Nick Reynolds
In a world of powerful states, countries are likely to partner their armed forces to achieve common aims. Efforts to build capacity in partner forces will play a crucial role.
Andrew Futter and Bleddyn E Bowen
A cocktail of major events might have serious implications for the UK's nuclear deterrent.
In developing a more strategic approach to innovation, the UK government’s Integrated Review must be grounded in a realistic assessment of the benefits that new technology can deliver for defence and security.
There are plenty of questions about the purpose and utility of the impending British deployment to Mali. But there are also some answers.
Aniseh Bassiri Tabrizi
A fundamental rethink of the UK’s approach to Iran is both needed and timely.
Experience of the Helmand campaign provides lessons beyond counterinsurgency.
Alan J Guy reviews ‘These Meritorious Objects of the Royal Bounty’: The Chelsea Out-Pensioners in the Early Eighteenth Century, by Andrew Edward Cormack.
Andrew Otchie reviews Can’t Hurt Me: Master Your Mind and Defy the Odds, by David Goggins.
A briefing with Dr Erlan Karin, Director of the Kazakhstan Institute of Strategic Studies under the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan (KazISS), Astana
Ahead of the international Anti-Corruption Summit in London this May, the Centre for Financial Crime and Security Studies, RUSI and KPMG will hold four Anti-Corruption workshops.
Lecture by General Sir Nicholas Houghton, Chief of the Defence Staff, UK Ministry of Defence will deliver his annual speech to RUSI.