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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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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
Khan_Pakistan Deterrence RUSI Journal: Minimum Deterrence: Pakistanís Dilemma 7 Oct 2011
In deterring its larger neighbour, Pakistan faces tough choices in its nuclear posture Nuclear Non-Proliferation and Strategy Global Security Issues Pakistan Central and South Asia India
Basrur_India Deterrence RUSI Journal: Low-Profile Deterrence: Lessons from the Indian Experience 7 Oct 2011
India's nuclear posture could be a model for other powers seeking to reduce their arsenals Nuclear Non-Proliferation and Strategy Global Security Issues India Central and South Asia Pakistan
Mukherjee_Indian Defence Reform RUSI Journal: Facing Future Challenges: Defence Reform in India 7 Oct 2011
India's defence establishment is not befitting its growing status. Reform is urgently needed Defence Management India Central and South Asia
Mumbai Housden thumbnail RUSI Newsbrief: The Mumbai Blasts: India's Security Dilemma 28 Sep 2011
How can India improve its intelligence capability in the wake of the recent bombings in Mumbai? India Central and South Asia Counter-insurgency
Burma Ade thumbnail RUSI Newsbrief: Nuclear Burma: Implications for India 28 Sep 2011
If reports that Burma is developing a nuclear weapon are true, how will this affect India's relationships with its regional neighbours? India Central and South Asia Nuclear Non-Proliferation and Strategy Global Security Issues
Pakistan flag Analysis: A very special relationship: the US-Pakistan alliance darkens 26 Sep 2011 by Shashank Joshi
America's top military officer has accused Pakistan of helping to bomb a US embassy. US-Pakistan relations are about to enter a much darker phase. Indo-Pakistan Conflict Terrorism The Pakistan Nexus United States Americas Pakistan Central and South Asia
Burhanuddin Rabbani thumbnail Analysis: What Rabbani's death means for Afghanistan and the war 21 Sep 2011 by Shashank Joshi
Burhanuddin Rabbani has been killed. The first post-Soviet Afghan president was controversial throughout the last twenty years. His death is the latest in a series of setbacks that could pave the way to a deeper civil war. Afghanistan Central and South Asia
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