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William D James
The UK's turbulent domestic situation has implications for how the country faces external threats.
Peter Layton reviews The Grand Strategies of Great Powers, by Tudor A Onea.
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.
In the second in the series of articles on the new approvals system being introduced for MoD projects, we point to the risks and opportunities apparent in the new ways of working.
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’s review of security, defence, development and foreign policy, halted by the health emergency, is now restarting. But not from where it stopped, for both outputs and inputs need to be reconsidered.
There are a myriad of reasons why defence spending has not featured in the fiscal stimulus plan of the UK government, but chief among them is the limited ambition of the Ministry of Defence.
Ben Wan Beng Ho
A new long-range land-attack capability could be valuable for the Royal Navy.
John Andreas Olsen
NATO must be nimble as it responds to new challenges, both inside and outside the Alliance.
RUSI is pleased to host the fifth RUSI-Ditchley Foundation roundtable, part of a series of events designed to bring the discussions at Ditchley conferences to a wider audience.
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.