By Research Group A-Z By Theme Media Contacts
IN THIS SECTION
To access the full text of this article and many other benefits, become a RUSI member.
Mungo Melvin became a Senior Associate Fellow of RUSI in January 2012, having been a member for over thirty years.
Mungo retired... read more
Challenging entrenched thinking and slaughtering ‘sacred cows’ in defence and security reviews is easier said than done.
Following Brexit, the UK will need to adopt a flexible approach in its foreign and security policy.
Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen’s decisive electoral victory is a serious rebuff to communist China and President Xi Jinping.
Andrei Kortunov and Malcolm Chalmers
No single power can ‘fix’ the current turmoil in the Middle East. Still, there may be scope for Russia–Europe cooperation in managing the region’s ills.
Germany’s armed forces are beset by problems, and procurement difficulties are proving to be intractable.
A British naval presence in the South China Sea strengthens global security and Britain’s global role. But it must be matched with a more systematic approach to the region, and to China’s defiance of legal norms.
Duncan Depledge, Klaus Dodds and Caroline Kennedy-Pipe
For the UK, this once-benign region is heating up.
Simon Curtis and Michele Acuto
Cities are pursuing their own diplomatic activities and gaining increasing prominence in international affairs.
South Sudan needs a new defence policy.
Lecture by General Franciszek Gagor, Chief of Defence Staff of Poland, on Polish experiences derived from the field of operations, as well as from the implementation of continued defence reforms...