Inês Sofia de Oliveira, David Artingstall and Florence Keen, with Matt Russell and Ben Luddington
The UK has one of the most advanced anti-money laundering (AML) legal and regulatory frameworks in the world. This paper, researched with the help of PwC, is a collection of perceptions expressed by the private sector – in particular banks – on the field of AML and its implementation in the UK. With a staggering number of suspicious activity reports received by the National Crime Agency every...
As the UK government appoints a new ambassador to lead Brexit negotiations from Brussels, a RUSI briefing paper maps out the threats and opportunities to British foreign and security policy as talks proceed.
Despite a looming split, the UK must seek to create a new relationship with the EU while strengthening ties with major European and non-European partners. Such measures could allow the UK to continue to contribute to resolving major security challenges.
The Chancellor, George Osborne, has announced that funding for the renewal of Britain's nuclear deterrent must come from the Ministry of Defence's core budget. RUSI's Malcolm Chalmers assesses the ramifications of this announcement.