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NATO Operations - Internal and External Challenges - General John Craddock
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Military History Lecture - The Origins of the American Civil War: What Can We Learn from the Way a Society Remembers a War?
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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
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Courage and Commitment: Doing the Job in Afghanistan, Supporting Personnel at Home
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Annual Chief of the Defence Staff Lecture
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Towards Zero: Britain’s role in furthering nuclear non-proliferation and multilateral approaches to disarmament
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The Strategic Defence and Security Review: A Conservative View of Defence and Future Challenges
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Modern Society, Military Traditions: Effective Armed Forces in Today’s Britain
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The Foreign Policy Framework of a New Conservative Government
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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
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Afghanistan: Lessons for the Future
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The Reform of the Bundeswehr
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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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Wreckage of flight MH17 Analysis: Examining the Evidence of the MH17 Crash 23 Jul 2014 by Justin Bronk
As speculation and uncertainty surrounds the downing of MH17, we scrutinise the conspiracy theories, examining the current evidence and the potential course of the upcoming investigation. Aerospace Europe Russia
EU-Russia Summit Jan 2014 Analysis: The Ball Back in Putin’s Court: European Sanctions 23 Jul 2014 by Sarah Lain
European Union member states are struggling to form a united front to enforce sanctions against Russia following the downing of flight MH17. For sanctions to be effective, Europe needs to focus on how effective they are willing to make them and how far they are willing to commit to them. Europe Russia
European Union Flag Analysis: Downing Flight MH17: Will the Europeans Get Tougher on Russia? 21 Jul 2014 by Tom Keatinge
For Ukrainians who have shed blood in pursuit of closer ties with the EU, the reticence of European leaders to sanction Russia is at best incomprehensible, and at worst a betrayal. The downing of flight MH17 must finally bring a strong response if Brussels is to maintain any credibility. Europe Ukraine Russia
Hong Kong flag Analysis: Should the UK Support the Hong Kong Protests? 21 Jul 2014 by Edward Schwarck
The UK government has been roundly criticised for failing to voice its support for an increasingly vocal coalition of pro-democracy groups in Hong Kong, as they demand universal suffrage in elections for the territory’s Chief Executive in 2017. Yet should the UK take heed of its critics? Europe UK Pacific China
Wreckage of flight MH17 Analysis: The Downing of Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17: Russia in the Dock 18 Jul 2014 by Dr Jonathan Eyal
Did Russian rebels in Ukraine mistakenly shoot down the Malaysian airliner? Russian President Vladimir Putin will try to deny any responsibility, but at the very least his country bears a moral culpability for the episode, and Russia will pay a heavy diplomatic price for this tragedy. Europe Ukraine Russia
Turkey flag Analysis: Turkey’s Response to ISIS and the Crisis in Iraq 16 Jul 2014 by Aaron Stein
Turkey may now regret its earlier decision to allow and support un-vetted foreign fighters into Syria through their borders. Yet, even though ISIS fighters kidnapped Turkish diplomats in Mosul, Ankara is sticking to its policy of demanding change in Syria and Iraq. Middle East and North Africa Syria Iraq Europe Turkey
After the War on Terror 2 Analysis: The Four Types of the Returning Jihadi 8 Jul 2014 by Jonathan Githens-Mazer
There have been renewed warnings of young Britons going to Syria and coming back as a potential threat to the UK itself. It is however, to critically assess this concern and recognise the potential threat from returning Jihadis. Terrorism Tackling Extremism Middle East and North Africa Syria Iraq Europe UK
NATO in Afghanistan RUSI Journal: After Afghanistan: Lessons for NATO’s Future Wars 30 Jun 2014
After more than a decade of counter-insurgency operations, NATO now needs to reorient itself to meet future challenges and uncertainties NATO Defence Policy Global Security Issues Afghanistan Europe
Polish NATO soldier RUSI Journal: ‘Back to Basics’ and ‘Out of Area’: Towards a Multi-Purpose NATO 30 Jun 2014
NATO must seek a balance between the territorial defence of Europe and countering global threats to its security (free access) NATO Europe North America United States
Danish pilot RUSI Journal: On the Transatlantic Edge: Nordic Security after the Afghan War and the Ukraine Crisis 30 Jun 2014
The changing Nordic-Baltic security environment will likely demand greater attention from NATO, its regional Allies and its partners NATO Global Security Issues Europe
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