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Undersea cables at risk of Russia attack, warns UK armed forces chief
Global arms sales increase for first time since 2010
Plan to crack down on £90bn City money laundering
Britain’s armed forces brace for cuts
Defence Committee: The Royal Marines and UK amphibious capability
The UK Border Force is already over-stretched. So if adequate resources are not in place by the time Brexit comes around in March 2019, this could present many new opportunities for organised crime.
The UK armed forces will have to wait for a financial settlement until the outcome of the National Security Capability Review. Until then, the budgetary problems at the Ministry of Defence will go unanswered.
The Irish government needs to engage the Unionists in Northern Ireland to find some way to prevent a hard border on the island.
Tom Keatinge, Olivier Kraft, Florence Keen, Helena Wood and David Artingstall
RUSI’s Centre for Financial Crime and Security Studies welcomes the UK government’s new National Risk Assessment. However, there is a fear that it avoids recognising important systemic weaknesses.
Andrew Parker has issued a stark warning about the terror threat facing the UK. And it is only going to get worse with the collapse of Daesh.
Professor Malcolm Chalmers, Deputy Director General of RUSI and Dr Jonathan Eyal, Associate Director, discuss the outcome of the June 2017 General Election and what a hung parliament will mean for...
5 June 2017 Dr Karin von Hippel, Director General of RUSI, was on CNN to discuss the response and challenge emanating from the 3 June London Bridge attack. The attacks in the UK are part of a wider...
RUSI Director General Dr Karin von Hippel discusses the transnational connections of the 23 May Manchester attacks with CNN.
RUSI experts Raffaello Pantucci and Emily Winterbotham took part in a live conversation discussing the Manchester attacks that took place in Manchester on Monday 23 May.
RUSI Deputy Director General Professor Malcolm Chalmers and Associate Director Dr Jonathan Eyal discuss the news that there will be a general election in June 2017.
The long relationship between the British and Pakistani armies is transforming, from one based mostly on pomp, ceremony and personal friendships, to one based on shared strategic interests.
John Hemmings and Jack Wright
As the UK looks to define a new global role for itself after Brexit, it should embrace India as a partner in upholding the rules-based, liberal international order.
Lauren Twort and Gabriela Thompson
For the people in Barrow-in-Furness, the defence industry is linked to the community's identity.
John Louth introduces Lauren Twort and Gabriela Thompson's article exploring the relationship between defence industries and community in Barrow-in-Furness.
Beatrice Heuser reviews Britain's Europe: A Thousand Years of Conflict and Cooperation, by Brendan Simms.
This year’s Lord Trenchard Memorial Lecture will be delivered by Air Marshal Stuart Atha CB DSO MA BSs RAF, Deputy Commander Operations, Royal Air Force.
RUSI launched a new report that examines the potential for a second Korean War and the options for the UK to respond to what would be one of the most momentous strategic shocks of the post-Cold War...
A gripping 40-minute talk about two remarkable female spies and the man who ran them: an
animal-loving drop-out who went on to become MI5’s greatest spymaster.
The conference will discuss the findings from a three-year study of elite foreign policy attitudes and security policy preferences, comparing the views of the UK elite with their American...
Dr Peter Roberts
Uncertain future of UK assault ships raises fears over naval capability