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Articles, analysis and events on the United States from the Royal United Services Institute.
America could be outgunned in space as Russia and China speed ahead in new arms race, Air Force chiefs warn
How Close Are We to a Nuclear War?
Britain ‘to halve’ its minehunter presence in the Gulf
The US Election Anniversary
New York truck attack is latest in deadly string of terrorists using vehicles
Iran Guards Defy Trump With Vow to Boost Missile Program
Doug Stokes and Paul Newton
Ahead of next year’s SDSR, the UK must decide whether to stay the course with its ‘east of Suez’ initiative
The West is in bad shape: no institution can persist without renewal and renovation. The Western powers must therefore reaffirm their common principles
Matthew B Arnold
The US 'surge' in Iraq has played an important role in in correcting the initial mistakes made.
Edited by Terence McNamee
A retrospective on 2003 Iraq War, featuring contributions from Sir Jeremy Greenstock, former UK Ambassador to the UN and Special Envoy to Iraq, and Air Chief Marshal Sir Brian Burridge, and others
What will the US military, particularly the Army and the Marine Corps, be like after the insurgency in Iraq has run its course?
North Korea: What are the military options?
Why Trump's threats to Pakistan raise serious questions
Trump's New Strategy in Afghanistan
Professor Michael Clarke
Why it's not surprising that ship collisions still happen
Professor Peter Roberts
North Korea warns that US military drills could 'evolve into actual fighting'