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Highly autonomous weapon systems require new approaches to all stages of procurement and use to ensure compliance with international law.
A ruling by the International Court of Justice is good for the global fight against corruption, and bad news for those seeking refuge under claims of diplomatic immunity.
Jonathan van der Valk
The corruption and illicit financial flows permeating the sports world undermine its integrity. Could a world anti-corruption body for sports be the answer?
The UK government’s attempt to shield its troops from vexatious litigation is laudable. The methods proposed are less so.
Ben Freeman and Tarun Krishnakumar
As it seeks to develop a transparency-based registration framework to counter foreign influence activities, the UK can learn from the rich experience of the US and the Foreign Agents Registration Act.
James Stythe reviews British Justice, War Crimes and Human Rights Violations: The Age of Accountability, by Susan L Kemp.
Professor Michael Clarke, RUSI Director General, assesses the RAF's air strike on British citizen.
This summer, RUSI will undertake a new research programme in collaboration with The Pew Charitable Trusts to investigate the security dimensions of illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishing.
A discussion with David Green CB QC, Director of the Serious Fraud Office (SFO), hosted by RUSI's Centre for Financial Crime and Security Studies.
Artificial intelligence (AI) will play a transformative role in the twenty-first century human experience – including conflict. What role exactly remains to be seen, yet we have already had a glimpse...
This event will assess what role social media platforms could or should be playing within the counter-terrorist finance (CTF) architecture in place today.