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Professor Malcolm Chalmers is Deputy Director-General of the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI). His research is focused on UK... read more
China was absent from the US-North Korea summit, but is a beneficiary of what has emerged from that gathering in Singapore.
The development of Russia's nuclear weapons programme suggests that the country may be prepared to use them to offset its conventional weaknesses.
President Trump’s decision to withdraw the US from the Iran nuclear agreement, and reimpose sanctions against Iran, will matter most in Europe.
The tight economic noose around North Korea is being weakened by the regime’s use of flags of convenience by sanctions-evading ships.
Gill Bennett reviews Armageddon and Paranoia: The Nuclear Confrontation, by Rodric Braithwaite
Björn Alexander Düben
The nature of North Korea's political system suggests that it might not behave like other nuclear powers.
Tom Plant, Director, Proliferation and Nuclear Policy programme at RUSI on the proposed nuclear summit between North Korea and the US
Tom Plant, Director of RUSI's Proliferation and Nuclear Policy programme discusses the prospects for the Nuclear Ban treaty in 2018
The Korea Foundation has awarded RUSI’s Proliferation and Nuclear Policy team a grant to explore a freeze-for-freeze agreement between North Korea, the US and regional stakeholders.
The Carnegie Corporation of New York has awarded a grant to RUSI to study how advances in the conventional military capabilities of non-nuclear states could affect nuclear crisis stability and...
UK Project on Nuclear Issues (UK PONI) Annual Conference is the premier national forum for the nuclear policy community to consider salient issues in the field and promote the emergence of a new...
This event will consider the impact of leaving Euratom on the UK nuclear industry.
With the support of the UK Project On Nuclear Issues, RUSI is pleased to host a discussion with Professor Matthew Jones, Head of the Department of International History, London School of Economics.