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

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
A lecture by the Rt. Hon. Bob Ainsworth MP, Secretary of State for Defence, UK. ...

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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Conservative Logo Analysis: The Conservative Party View of Future Defence and Security Policy 21 Apr 2010
In this statement David Cameron outlines his plans to introduce a National Security Council, dedicated border force, Cyber Threat Assessment Centre and a permanent military Homeland Command for domestic emergency planning. He also reaffirms his support for British involvement in Afghanistan and the maintenance of an independent nuclear deterrent. Defence Policy Conservative Agenda for the New Government Defence Management
Liberal Democrats Analysis: The Liberal Democrats View of Defence and Security Policy 21 Apr 2010
In this statement Nick Clegg outlines his goal to move away from ‘default Atlantacism’ and towards a more concerted European defence partnership. He rules out a like-for-like replacement of Trident and promotes the possibility of increased equipment cooperation with European allies. Liberal Democrats Agenda for the New Government Defence Policy Defence Management
General Election Content Analysis: UK Election Interviews: What should our spending priorities be on defence? 20 Apr 2010
Part Four: Continuing their interview, General Sir Mike Jackson, Air Chief Marshal Sir Brian Burridge and Rear Admiral Chris Parry outline what the defence spending priorities should be for an incoming government on 6 May. Defence Policy Agenda for the New Government Defence Management UK Europe UK Defence Defence Spending
MoD Plaque RUSI Newsbrief: The Major Projects Report: More Data, Same Message 17 Mar 2010 by David Kirkpatrick
The 2009 Major Projects Report may be more comprehensive than previous versions, but its worrying picture is familiar Defence Management UK Europe
Armoured Repair RUSI Defence Systems: Lean Thinking In An Uncertain Environment 4 Mar 2010
Lean thinking even in an uncertain environment can lead to a doubling of efficiency and a significant reduction in resources Technology Defence Management UK Europe
Repairing Army Vehicles RUSI Defence Systems: Sustainment Moves to the Next Level: Rethinking Our Life-Cycle Focus 4 Mar 2010
The US Army has renewed its focus on the whole life cycle from research and development through in-service support to disposal, asset visibility, ramping up and scaling down as necessary, and investing wisely in logistic facilities Land Forces United States Americas Defence Management
LA Harbour RUSI Defence Systems: Maritime Domain Awareness: To Know and To Act 4 Mar 2010
Maritime Domain Awareness (MDA) is al about building a better picture - and then using the picture better Maritime Forces Defence Management
Fire Team RUSI Defence Systems: Joint Fires - The Challenges To Come 4 Mar 2010
There is much more work to be done in order for UK forces to integrate air and land assets better Aerospace Land Forces Defence Management UK Europe
Airbus A400M RUSI Defence Systems: Too Big to Fail: The A400M Bail Out 4 Mar 2010 by Bjoern Seibert
When the A400M eventually becomes available, it will be more expensive, delayed and less capable than contractually agreed. The willingness of European Governments, and especially the UK’s, to bail out the programme is troubling. Aerospace Defence Management UK Europe Technology
MoD logo RUSI Defence Systems: 'Fast Acquisition': Streamlining Capability Delivery 4 Mar 2010
The Urgent Operations Requirements (UOR) process has delivered excellent equipment, saving lives, but is neither truly sustainable nor does it provide integrated ‘through life’ capability Defence Management UK Europe
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