Take Me Back to Constantinople - How Byzantium, not Rome, can help preserve Pax Americana
A lecture by Edward Luttwak, Senior Associate at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (Washington, DC) and author of The ...

Duke of Westminster Medal for Military Literature 2013
The Royal United Services Institute is pleased to announce that this year’s 2013 Duke of Westminster Medal for Military Literature – ...

RUSI Journal Roundtable: Britain’s Armed Forces and the Two World Wars
Honing in on the British military experience, distinguished historians including Gary Sheffield, Gill Bennett and Peter Gray will discuss the development ...

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Irish VC PA RUSI Journal: A Truly Shared Commemoration? Britain, Ireland and the Centenary of the First World War 1 Aug 2014
The memory of the war in the British Isles – and Ireland in particular – has been inevitably coloured by political agendas, and the Irish contribution has largely been forgotten History The Great War UK
Bombed Out Street RUSI Journal: The Great War: How 1914–1918 Changed the Relationship between War and Civilians 1 Aug 2014
An examination of how the First World War disrupted civilian life, the forms of violence perpetrated against civilians during the conflict, and the role of conscription in creating new hierarchies that privileged ideals of male ‘warrior’ History The Great War
Nash First World War painting RUSI Journal: Artistic Soldiers 30 Jun 2014
A review of the exhibition The Artists Rifles: From Pre-Raphaelites to Passchendaele Art and Culture History The Great War
British troops Salerno RUSI Journal: Two Gunners’ Friendship in Military History 30 Jun 2014
Soldier-scholars Dominick Graham and Shelford Bidwell brought military history to life with their experiences as Artillerymen History UK Defence
Crimean memorial RUSI Journal: Sevastopol: Crimean Citadel from Potemkin to Putin 30 Jun 2014 by Major General (Retd.) Mungo Melvin
The forces of history and culture can be seen at play in Russia’s recent annexation of Crimea History Ukraine Russia
RUSI CREST RUSI Journal: Reviews 9 May 2014
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RUSI CREST RUSI Journal: Foreword 9 May 2014 by Dr Emma De Angelis
Editor Dr Emma De Angelis introduces the second issue of 2014 Art and Culture Defence Management Defence Policy History UK Defence
Orpen Self Portrait RUSI Journal: Portraits and the Centenary of the First World War 9 May 2014 by Dr Jonathan Eyal
An interview with National Portrait Gallery curator Paul Moorhouse about The Great War in Portraits Art and Culture History The Great War
Library door News: RLMH News - The RUSI Council and its Minute Books: Hidden Gems in the RUSI Archive 18 Mar 2014 by Laura Dimmock-Jones
Established by the Duke of Wellington in 1831, RUSI has been led and governed by key military figures from the Nineteenth century. The discovery of a volume of minutes illustrates how this tradition continued with key generals from the Second World War and Cold War occupying the RUSI Council table well into the Twentieth century. History
World War One Analysis: Dealing With the ‘Blackadder’ View of the First World War: The Need for an Inclusive, Bi-Partisan Centenary 13 Jan 2014
The intervention of Education Secretary Michael Gove on the First World War suggests that the Centenary has become a political football. However, it is not too late to disentangle the Centenary of the First World War from crude partisan politics. History The Great War UK
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