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Mungo Melvin became a Senior Associate Fellow of RUSI in January 2012, having been a member for over thirty years.
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Alexandra St John Murphy and Benno Zogg
Unprecedented protests leave Belarus irrevocably changed and civil society awakened. While events are not geopolitical in origin, this domestic upheaval will have long-term international implications.
Dario Romano Fenili
The updated approach to the Libyan civil war could help Italy regain the influence it once had in the Mediterranean, and the ceasefire announced last week could provide grounds for action.
Veerle Nouwens and Emily Ferris
The fourth paper in RUSI's series on Russia and China in Europe analyses their strategies and influence in Serbia.
As the UK charts a new foreign policy following its exit from the EU, strengthening relations with India is likely to be a key objective.
With new amendments to Russia’s Law on Citizenship, the Kremlin is establishing a legal pretext to threaten or actually to use force based on a claim to protect Russian citizens resident in neighbouring states.
Claudia Wallner and Jessica White
Extremist groups across the ideological spectrum are capitalising on the uncertainty created by the pandemic.
Brian Holden Reid
Brian Holden Reid reviews Military Historian: My Part in the Birth and Development of War Studies, 1966–2016, by Brian Bond.
To bolster the readiness of their forces, Central and Eastern European countries will need to modernise budgetary and organisational practices.
The UK is drifting away from the established pattern of periodic defence reviews.