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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 ...

General Petraeus and Ambassador Sedwill: The International Mission in Afghanistan
General David H. Petraeus and Ambassador Mark Sedwell delivered speeches at RUSI today concerning the ongoing International Mission in Afghanistan and ...

General Petraeus and Ambassador Sedwill: The International Mission in Afghanistan
General David H. Petraeus and Ambassador Mark Sedwell delivered speeches at RUSI today concerning the ongoing International Mission in Afghanistan and ...

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 ...

Taliban Perspectives on Reconciliation
Presenting the findings and policy implications of a new RUSI briefing paper on Taliban reconciliation. ...

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Towards a Stable Afghanistan News: Urgent requirement to consider provision of security and stability in Afghanistan after 2014 drawdown 18 Jan 2012
Both India and the UK will likely make long-term funding commitments in Afghanistan beyond 2014, with the UK alone contributing some US$150 million annually for development and a further US$100 million for supporting the Afghan National Security Forces (ANSF) after the NATO drawdown, according to a new report published by the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI). India Central and South Asia Afghanistan
Typhoon take-off Analysis: Indiaís procurement of a European Fighter 16 Jan 2012 by Avnish Patel
India is setting its sights on a new medium range combat aircraft from Europe. The competition to sell new aircraft to India is part of an increased engagement by European defence manufacturers in Asia, set against the backdrop of an economic downturn and shifting regional geopolitics. Aerospace Technology Defence Policy Equipment and Acquisitions UK Defence India Central and South Asia
Taliban Analysis: Why has the Taliban opened an office in Qatar? 4 Jan 2012 by Dr David Roberts
The Talibanís establishment of an office in Doha suggests a progression towards the transition long sought after by the United States. The choice of Qatar further cements the Gulf stateís ambition to be a diplomatic powerhouse. Middle East and North Africa The Gulf Region Afghanistan Central and South Asia
2012 button Analysis: VIDEO: Perspectives for 2012 16 Dec 2011 by Professor Michael Clarke
RUSI Director General Professor Michael Clarke offers his defence and international security perspectives for the year ahead. International Institutions Global Security Issues Middle East and North Africa Pacific Europe Americas Afghanistan Central and South Asia
2012 button Analysis: Aftershocks and Transitions: an Unashamedly Speculative Look at 2012 15 Dec 2011 by Shashank Joshi
If this year brought us an earthquake, then 2012 will be a year of aftershocks and transitions. Speculate as we might, we must still prepare for the predictable but watch for the surprises. India Central and South Asia Afghanistan Pakistan Egypt Middle East and North Africa The Gulf Region Libya Iran Iraq Middle East Peace Europe Pacific Americas
2012 button Analysis: Afghans must take ownership of security in 2012 14 Dec 2011
With President Obamaís decision to reduce troop numbers throughout 2012 in Afghanistan, there will be an urgent emphasis to support Afghan forces fully take charge of their national security. Counter-insurgency Afghanistan Central and South Asia
Bayly_Mountbatten_thumbnail RUSI Journal: Fighting and Talking: Politics and War in South and Southeast Asia, 1936-56 9 Dec 2011
Lord Louis Mountbatten is known today for his controversial role in overseeing Indian partition and independence but his efforts had a much more positive, long-lasting impact than is widely recognised History Pakistan Central and South Asia India
Khan_Aid and Losses RUSI Newsbrief: US Aid, Pakistani Losses and the War on Terror 23 Nov 2011
US economic and military aid to Pakistan has long been tied to its strategic objectives in the region, offering no Ďspecial treatmentí and leaving Pakistanís economic situation increasingly unsustainable. The decade after 9/11 Terrorism The War on Terror Pakistan Central and South Asia United States Americas
Ade_Stringing the Pearls RUSI Newsbrief: Stringing the Pearls: Sino-Indian Relations in South Asia 23 Nov 2011
The rivalry between India and China is born of the two countriesí traditional perceptions of each other, yet the eastward shift of geopolitical power has now made this once local rivalry significant to the whole world. India Central and South Asia China Pacific
Farrell_Afghanistan Book Review RUSI Journal: Review Essay: A Good War Gone Wrong? 7 Oct 2011
Review of Afghanistan: How the West Lost Its Way; Cables from Kabul: The Inside Story of the Westís Afghanistan Campaign; and Losing Small Wars: British Military Failure in Iraq and Afghanistan Land Forces NATO International Institutions Counter-insurgency Afghanistan Central and South Asia
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