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The emergence of alternative global supply chains could hurt China’s economic influence. Beijing must dial down its ‘charm offensive’ economic policies to remain an attractive trade partner.
Alex Guittard, Jared Shurin and Lilla Schumicky-Logan
A simple set of suggestions to counter terrorist and violent extremist groups’ recruitment efforts during the pandemic.
The UK should make the most of the transformative capabilities of artificial intelligence by drawing on a number of lessons from the US.
There are plenty of questions about the purpose and utility of the impending British deployment to Mali. But there are also some answers.
Both the UK government and industry come in for criticism from the National Audit Office for delays and shortcomings in capability generation.
The UK is set to deploy additional troops to the Sahel, but currently lacks a clear strategy.
Rod Thornton and Marina Miron
Russia is expecting artificial intelligence to have strategic consequences in cyberspace.
The Arctic is increasingly linked to North Atlantic security issues.
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.
RUSI Research Fellow Sarah Lain predicts that Russia's foreign policy will continue to be a major story in 2017, especially their relationship with the US in the aftermath of the election of Donald...
RUSI's Deputy Director General Malcolm Chalmers, predicts that 2017 could see increased tension between major powers, especially over areas such as trade and defence.
RUSI Director of Defence, Industries and Society, Dr John Louth looks at how changing US attitudes to defence and security following the election of Donald Trump could see the growth of both European...
A seminar addressing the latest security situation in Kosovo and the Western Balkans.
This conference examined European indecision toward Chinese behaviours and identified potential triggers for European defence and security activity in the Asia–Pacific region.
A lecture by Jane Marriott OBE, Director of the Joint International Counter-Terrorism Unit, Home Office / FCO.