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The illicit finance challenge faced by the UK and highlighted in the recent parliamentary report into Russian operations threatens to be overwhelming. Urgent and radical action is required.
In light of the upcoming Integrated Review, this Occasional Paper outlines the combat air choices facing policymakers.
The UK’s chief opposition party has overhauled its foreign and security policies. But some of the biggest policy choices are yet to be made.
The UK’s parliamentary report into Russia’s operations identifies some key security operational gaps. But it is less specific on immediate remedies, and even sparser on long-term answers.
The recent Polish presidential elections were fuelled with anti-LGBTI+ bigotry. The battle resembled the broader current European fight between liberalism and illiberalism.
The current health crisis has exacerbated the rivalry between great powers. But it has also given Europe a few more opportunities to engage with Russia.
Gill Bennett reviews Secret Alliances: Special Operations and Intelligence in Norway 1940-1945, by Tony Insall.
Andrew Monaghan reviews The Russian Understanding of War: Blurring the Lines Between War and Peace, by Oscar Jonsson.
Dheeraj P C and Trivun Sharma
The coronavirus outbreak has caused a severe crisis in the EU. More than the early warning systems, it is the political and economic disunity within the Union that requires urgent attention.
Defence has been an issue discussed at the UK General Election, in particular, whether the UK can commit to 2% of GDP. RUSI Research Director Professor Malcolm Chalmers explains the importance and...
A briefing by General Sir Adrian Bradshaw KCB OBE, Deputy Supreme Allied Commander Europe, set against the backdrop of the latest security challenges facing NATO and how this will impact upon UK...
This conference explored the UK’s foreign policy priorities post-Brexit and examines its new role in the world.
General Sir Gordon Messenger and Surevine founder and CEO Stuart Murdoch in conversation with Clifford Chance counsel Josh Fitzhugh.
A discussion with Professor Michael Clarke, Distinguished Fellow, RUSI and Helen Ramscar, Associate Fellow, RUSI, to launch their latest book entitled ‘Tipping Point: Britain, Brexit and Security in...