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Despite Daesh’s military defeat there remains a significant clash between the US and Turkey about Kurdish-controlled areas in Syria. Should Washington continue to support the Kurds?
Europe needs to do more to save the Iranian nuclear deal.
Edward Mortimer reviews Against Elections: The Case for Democracy, by David Van Reybrouck.
Hans-Jürg Käser and Bernhard Wigger
The Swiss are testing their preparedness for meeting a major terrorist attack.
Morocco is redeveloping its African roots. To the benefit of all concerned.
To bolster the readiness of their forces, Central and Eastern European countries will need to modernise budgetary and organisational practices.
Raffaello Pantucci and Kamal Alam talk about the recent election victory by Imran Khan in Pakistan.
Director-General Dr Karin von Hippel discusses the first year of the Trump Presidency.
Last week RUSI Director-General, Dr Karin von Hippel, and Deputy Director-General, Professor Malcolm Chalmers, attended the Munich Security Conference.
Researchers at the University of Exeter, in collaboration with RUSI, are conducting a survey among foreign policy and security elites in the United Kingdom. Members of RUSI and its extended network...
On 19 January Sir Malcolm Rifkind, former UK Foreign Secretary, and Dr Igor Ivanov, former Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation, spoke at RUSI’s first Russia- UK bilateral on...
A panel discussion to commemorate the 75th anniversary of D-Day, the Battle for Normandy.
At this event Professor David Phillips will examine US Middle East policy, how it relates to Kurdish political aspirations and the role of Kurdish fighters combating ISIS in Iraq and Syria
This event will explore ways in which both Yemeni society and its disparate political groups can begin to reach compromise.