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William D James
The UK's turbulent domestic situation has implications for how the country faces external threats.
The government has chosen to devote the additional £24 billion for defence almost entirely to increasing defence investment, while simultaneously reducing real-terms running costs.
Information warfare against the Islamic State made extensive use of two-way communication channels between those inside and outside the occupied cities.
In the first in a series of articles, we explore the UK’s current attempt to operate a government-wide direction in its approval of major procurement projects.
The UK government has decided to merge the Department for International Development with the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. RUSI’s Deputy Director-General analyses what this means for the UK’s future diplomacy and aid policies.
The debate has begun about the shape of the UK’s Armed Forces after the coronavirus pandemic.
If Defence is to appropriately weight cyber operations then there are some dangerous myths about the practicalities of cyber warfare that need to be confronted.
Proportionality is at the heart of successful grand strategies.
Space is the ideal proving ground for the UK's Fusion Doctrine.
Senior representatives from all the main parties took part in a RUSI debate on defence and security ahead of the election.
Bill Gates, Co-Chair of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation led a discussion at RUSI on aid, development and broader British national interests.
This conference explored how the UK and EU can maintain a long-standing defence and security relationship after Brexit.