You are here
In this RUSI Briefing Paper, Professor Malcolm Chalmers explains why there may be an increasingly compelling case for extending UK counter-ISIS air strikes to Syria in the aftermath of the Paris attacks.
In the first part of RUSI's report on the Counter-ISIS campaign, edited by Dr Jonathan Eyal and Elizabeth Quintana, regional experts lay out the political backdrop to practical efforts to tackle the group.
In the second part of the Counter-ISIS report, RUSI analysts examine three key elements of the military aspect: the air campaign, the land component and the battle of the narrative.
Justin Bronk explains the capabilities of the aircraft and ordnance cited by Prime Minister David Cameron in his address to the House of Commons on the case for military intervention in Syria.
In this BBC News analysis, Michael Stephens breaks down the figure of 70,000 'moderate' Syrian fighters the prime minister has said UK air strikes would support.
*Header image: an RAF Tornado GR.4 based at RAF Lossiemouth. Crown copyright 2004