Members' Lecture -The Challenges Facing Defence
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Complex Programmes Management: Discovering What Really Gets Results
This event launches an innovative and collaborative research project bringing together a community of public, private and 3rd sector organisations to ...

Courage and Commitment: Doing the Job in Afghanistan, Supporting Personnel at Home
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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 ...

Whither Welfare? Restructuring Welfare in the Military Community
Following the publication of the RUSI report, this workshop will bring together key stakeholders from the public and private sectors to ...

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Robotics 2 RUSI Defence Systems: Review: The Robots and Robotics Debate 3 Mar 2010 by Elizabeth Quintana, Olivier Grouille
Two recent books on robots and robotics raise the issue of whether we are as wired for war as robots Defence Management Information
Gray Report RUSI Defence Systems: Review of Acquisition: The Gray Report 3 Mar 2010
The Gray Report ignores the Treasury view that analysis of past experience is the optimum way to realistically assess risk Defence Management UK Europe
Conservative Logo RUSI Defence Systems: The Conservative Prospect: Not an Easy Ride 3 Mar 2010
An in-coming Government would do well to learn the lessons of the previous SDR. UK security would not be well served by the Treasury dictating the terms Defence Management Agenda for the New Government UK Europe Conservative
Parliamentbmp RUSI Defence Systems: Doing Defence Acquisition Better: Making the Political Case 3 Mar 2010
Public pessimism over Britain's global counter-insurgency role not only must be tackled successfully, but can be, and a framework for acquisition reform needs to be constructed for implementation after the election Defence Management Agenda for the New Government UK Europe
RUSI 100 RUSI Defence Systems: Defence and the Growing Financial Challenge 3 Mar 2010 by Professor Trevor Taylor, Bill Kincaid CBE
The Ministry of Defence is in increasing financial difficulty as the financial needs of the MoD's Equipment Procurement Plan exceeds the potential financial resources. What are the likely solutions in the forthcoming Defence Review? Defence Management UK Europe Agenda for the New Government
British Procurement RUSI Defence Systems: Defence Procurement in Crisis: A Call for Leadership 3 Mar 2010
Manufacturing plays a vital role in any national economy but requires leadership, vision, professional knowledge and integrity. Defence Management Agenda for the New Government UK Europe
Analysis: The Green Paper and RUSI's contribution 5 Feb 2010
Since the Government announced a Defence Green Paper in July 2009, and the undertaking of a Strategic Defence Review after the next General Election, RUSI has consistently delivered insightful analysis and commentary which has helped frame the national debate. The series of working papers addressing the Future Defence Review have received widespread media attention and praise from within the defence community. Agenda for the New Government Defence Policy Defence Management UK Europe
UK Forces Afghanistan Analysis: The Ministry of Defence Green Paper and top level defence policy 5 Feb 2010
The Defence Green Paper hints at more cooperation with Europeans as the way forward, but a need for short-term cuts may damage the coherence of defence outputs before the defence review is completed. Land Forces Maritime Forces Military Personnel Technology Defence Policy UK Europe Aerospace Agenda for the New Government Defence Management UK Defence Global Strategy and Commitments
US DoD Analysis: Bigger changes are on the way for the US military 2 Feb 2010
The latest Quadrennial Defense Review, presented by the US Department of Defense, outlines a five-year programme until 2015 that sees the US playing a 'global role' in 'a complex environment'. It could pave the way for big changes as it accomodates itself to adjusting military capability so as to be able to do more with its allies. Defence Management Defence Policy Americas
FDR thumb News: RUSI Future Defence Review paper: UK’s Armed Forces face personnel cuts of 20% over the next six years 12 Jan 2010 by Professor Malcolm Chalmers
The growing costs of UK defence capabilities, combined with cuts in the Ministry of Defence (MoD) budget as a result of the nation's fiscal crisis, will make it impossible to preserve current numbers of service personnel and front-line capabilities. Defence Management Defence Policy UK Europe
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