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Sir Paul Newton spent thirty-eight years in the British Army. Educated at Sandhurst - and later at Camberley, then Cambridge University... read more
Malcolm Chalmers and Will Jessett
The coronavirus pandemic could lead to new judgements on the UK’s spending priorities on defence and security.
Space is the ideal proving ground for the UK's Fusion Doctrine.
Military and non-military tools form part of Russian information warfare.
Challenging entrenched thinking and slaughtering ‘sacred cows’ in defence and security reviews is easier said than done.
Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen’s decisive electoral victory is a serious rebuff to communist China and President Xi Jinping.
Large debt payments threaten the future capabilities of the Spanish armed forces.
Experience of the Helmand campaign provides lessons beyond counterinsurgency.
In this episode Karin talks to Sir John Scarlett about his career in the British Secret Intelligence Service, including his time as Chief. They discuss the collapse of the Soviet Union, 9/11 and even...
With the situation in the Middle East and Eastern Europe providing changing perceptions of how modern conflict can unfold, RUSI Research Fellow Peter Quentin predicts that 2017 will see a series of...
In this short video RUSI explores the increasingly significant role of the commercial sector in modern British defence capabilities. RUSI talks to a number of experts on how private industry is...
RUSI contributed to a joint study by European think tanks exploring the state of defence budgets in the UK. Professor John Louth, Director of RUSI's Defence, Industry and Society Programme was the...
The conference, the first of its kind, featured senior executives and government officials in charge of total defence and civil protection. It aimed to identify practical steps that can be taken to...
A briefing ahead of the Modernising Defence Programme's publication, offering a parliamentarian's perspective on what is needed for UK defence and how to go about achieving it.
A lecture on recent advances in our understanding of how the brain has evolved, and a demonstration of how this offers a new way to look at conflict.