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Turkish Foreign Policy; challenges and opportunities
RUSI welcomed Ali Babacan, Turkish Minister of Foreign Affairs, for a speech on Turkey’s foreign policy preoccupations. ...

NATO Operations - Internal and External Challenges - General John Craddock
General John Craddock, formerly Supreme Allied Commander Europe (SACEUR) spoke on the current and future tasks ahead of the organisation's Sixtieth ...

Military History Lecture - The Origins of the American Civil War: What Can We Learn from the Way a Society Remembers a War?
Long fascinated with the origins of the American Civil War, Professor Brian Holden Reid will address the various ways ‘blame’ has ...

The Future Defence Review: Red Teaming a Green Paper - Part of the RUSI Future Defence Review Event Series
Building on the success of the previous three RUSI conferences analysing the issues affecting the development of the United Kingdom’s Future ...

Members' Lecture -The Challenges Facing Defence
A lecture by Sir Bill Jeffrey KCB, Permanent Under Secretary of State, Ministry of Defence, UK. ...

Courage and Commitment: Doing the Job in Afghanistan, Supporting Personnel at Home
A lecture by the Rt. Hon. Bob Ainsworth MP, Secretary of State for Defence, UK. ...

Annual Chief of the Defence Staff Lecture
In his annual lecture to the Royal United Services Institute in London, the Chief of the Defence Staff said the Taliban ...

Towards Zero: Britain’s role in furthering nuclear non-proliferation and multilateral approaches to disarmament
A high-profile conference on nuclear non-proliferation and disarmament. ...

The Strategic Defence and Security Review: A Conservative View of Defence and Future Challenges
A lecture by Dr Liam Fox MP, Shadow Secretary of State for Defence and Conservative Member of Parliament for Woodspring. In ...

Modern Society, Military Traditions: Effective Armed Forces in Today’s Britain
A lecture by Bill Rammell MP, Minister of State for the Armed Forces, UK. Defence is acting to reflect the values ...

The Foreign Policy Framework of a New Conservative Government
An address by The Rt Hon William Hague MP, Shadow Foreign Secretary and Senior Member of the Shadow Cabinet. As the ...

The United Kingdom’s Nuclear Deterrent: Past, Present and Future
A lecture by Professor Lord Hennessy of Nympsfield FBA, Attlee Professor of Contemporary British History, Queen Mary, University of London. Ever ...

The United Kingdom’s Nuclear Deterrent: Past, Present and Future
A lecture by Professor Lord Hennessy of Nympsfield FBA, Attlee Professor of Contemporary British History, Queen Mary, University of London. Ever ...

Afghanistan: Lessons for the Future
A lecture by the Rt Hon Jim Murphy MP, Shadow Secretary of State for Defence. Jim Murphy talked about the priorities for ...

The Reform of the Bundeswehr
A briefing on the reform of the German military by Christian Schmidt, Parliamentary State Secretary to the German Minister of Defence ...

Russia-UK Bilateral Relations
A lecture by His Excellency Mr Alexander Yakovenko, Ambassador of the Russian Federation to the Court of St James’s. Ambassador Yakovenko ...

Russia-UK Bilateral Relations
A lecture by His Excellency Mr Alexander Yakovenko, Ambassador of the Russian Federation to the Court of St James’s. Ambassador Yakovenko ...

The Role of Information Systems
The fourth and final workshop in the Alternative Energy and Sustainability Series will discuss balance between the benefit that information systems ...

Director of Security Service on MI5 and the Evolving Threat
Address by the Director General of the Security Service, Andrew Parker, to the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI), Whitehall, 8 October ...

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Abu Qatada cropped Analysis: Abu Qatada Leaves the United Kingdom 9 Jul 2013 by Raffaello Pantucci
Abu Qatada symbolised an era of British jihadism that relied on radical preachers to motivate a generation of terrorists. His departure, alongside a general degradation of al Qaeda's capacity to launch large-scale orchestrated plots from Waziristan marks an end of an era that had its peak during the 7 July 2005 attacks on London. Terrorism Tackling Extremism Al-Qa'ida July 7 Bombings UK Europe
Norway Women soldiers Analysis: Conscripting Change: Norway’s Case for Neutrality 5 Jul 2013 by Joanne Mackowski
Norway has become the first NATO nation to introduce gender neutral conscription. This maximises operational capability and will go a long way to setting a framework for other militaries contemplating change, in female if not in conscription terms. Defence Policy Military Personnel Europe
MoD Plaque 2 Analysis: Respite from the Storm? Defence and the 2013 Spending Review outcome 28 Jun 2013 by Professor Malcolm Chalmers
The Spending Review, announced on Wednesday, has surprised the many commentators who thought defence capabilities would face further significant cuts. The Ministry of Defence has achieved a settlement that is substantially better than might have been expected. Defence Policy UK Europe
Jnl 1583 Waring thumb RUSI Journal: The Domestic Deployment of the British Army: The Case for a Third Force 27 Jun 2013
The British Army is not equipped to support the police in domestic operations: the case should be made for a third force that is specifically trained and equipped to face situations of extreme public disorder UK Defence UK Europe
Jnl 1583 Flake thumb RUSI Journal: Navigating an Ice-Free Arctic 27 Jun 2013
Climate change is already affecting navigation routes, as states jockey for position to either claim jurisdiction or ensure navigational freedom in the ice-free Arctic waters Europe North America Americas Global Security Issues Climate Security
201307 NB Dodds thumbnail RUSI Newsbrief: After Kiruna: The Arctic Council and Arctic Futures 24 Jun 2013
The decision at the Arctic Council ministerial meeting to invite six new countries – including China – to become permanent observers is a sign that increasing global interest in the Arctic region is being accommodated. United States Americas North America China Pacific Russia Europe Climate Security Global Security Issues
201307 NB Willis thumbnail RUSI Newsbrief: Sweden’s Defence-Policy Malaise and Why it Matters to Britain 24 Jun 2013 by Matthew Willis
The current round of reforms has prompted concerns that Sweden’s defence is in meltdown. This has implications for Britain’s future strategic posture as well as Europe’s retention of a credible defence capability. UK Europe NATO International Institutions
201307 NB Cline thumbnail RUSI Newsbrief: International Defence Engagement: British and US Experiences 24 Jun 2013
In an age of fiscal austerity, defence engagement is championed as a means of deriving greater utility from a country’s armed forces. The British and US experiences highlight some of the benefits – and obstacles – encountered to date. Land Forces Military Personnel United States Americas UK Europe Africa UK Defence Armed Forces NATO International Institutions
201307 NB Evans thumbnail RUSI Newsbrief: Army 2020: Reserves Integration 24 Jun 2013
With the British Army of 2020 having a greater structural reliance on its reserves, the delivery of a fully integrated force will be essential to future success both at home and abroad. Reserve Forces Military Personnel Land Forces Armed Forces UK Defence UK Europe
201307 NB Melvin thumbnail RUSI Newsbrief: Operation Enquiry: How to Transform an Army? 24 Jun 2013 by Major General (Retd.) Mungo Melvin
The British Army needs to replace its narrow focus on operations in Afghanistan with more strategic, long-term thinking, trialling fresh ideas to develop new concepts for a range of contingencies. (Free access) Military Personnel Land Forces UK Defence Armed Forces UK Europe
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