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When attempting to assess today’s inter-Korean summit, the adage ‘Hope for the best, prepare for the worst’ seems more appropriate than ever.
As Parliament rose for the Easter recess, Prime Minister Theresa May issued a statement announcing the release of the National Security Capability Review.
The Korea Foundation has awarded RUSI’s Proliferation and Nuclear Policy team a grant to explore a freeze-for-freeze agreement between North Korea, the US and regional stakeholders.
Ewan Lawson and Veerle Nouwens
A political dispute in Japan over an alleged cover-up in a UN peacekeeping operation in South Sudan highlights a bigger regional problem with international operations that are no longer about maintaining, but more about imposing, peace.
Since mid-June, India and China have been locked in the most serious crisis between the two countries in 30 years.
China’s foreign direct investment is both necessary and welcome. However, it comes with risks, which current legal structures in Britain are ill-equipped to assess.
Björn Alexander Düben
The nature of North Korea's political system suggests that it might not behave like other nuclear powers.
Diana Clark Gill
Diana Clark Gill reviews North Korea and Nuclear Weapons: Entering the New Era of Deterrence, edited by Sung Chull Kim and Michael D Cohen.
Natia Seskuria and Igor Sutyagin
With limited resources, Georgia has few options when it comes to defending itself against Russian aggression. The answer for Tbilisi has been a strategy of ‘Total Defence’.
This conference explored how the UK and EU can maintain a long-standing defence and security relationship after Brexit.
RUSI is pleased to host the fourth RUSI-Ditchley Foundation roundtable, part of a series of events designed to bring the discussions at Ditchley conferences to a wider audience.
This conference will lead a European examination of China’s projected intentions and real naval strength.