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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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The Iraq Inquiry has shed light on Britain’s lack of strategic influence over its coalition partners.
The underwater environment poses physical challenges which limit the ability of drones to monitor ballistic missile submarines.
David Gee and Rachel Taylor
The arguments in favour of early enlistment fail to stand up to scrutiny, and the British military should reassess this policy.
The US Nuclear Posture Review (NPR) released at the beginning of April has some significant implications for America’s friends and allies as well as potential adversaries.
The Indian military is caught between preparing for conventional war against neighbouring powers, Pakistan and China, and reorganising as an asymmetric deterrent against cross-border terrorism. It seems they are struggling on both counts.
In advance of the expected General Election in May, the Rt Hon Geoffrey Hoon MP, Secretary of State for Defence, outlined his party's policy of defence.
US-South Korean military exercises continue to stoke tensions with North Korea, in a seemingly unstoppable cycle of one-upmanship
Tony Abbott’s ability to deliver on two key campaign promises will shape the country’s defence posture and capabilities for years to come
The failure of the recent Bulava missile test points to a deeper lassitude within Putin’s Russia: that of a managerial culture ill-suited to cutting-edge, technological development