Previous Events

Rt Hon Lord Owen CHEvent: The Hidden Perspective: The Military Conversations of 1906-1914 13:00, 9 Apr 2014, RUSI
A lecture by the Rt Hon Lord Owen CH, former UK Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs. In his lecture, Lord Owen will draw on extensive primary sources and argue that the outbreak of war was far from inevitable, and represented eight years of failed diplomacy. With specific reference to the Iraq Inquiry, which is due to publish later this year, he will remind us of the perils of foreign policy not involving the Cabinet which are particularly relevant today.
CameronObamaUKPONIEvent: UK PONI: Reviewing the 'Special' Nuclear Relationship 18:00, 8 Apr 2014, RUSI
The 1958 Mutual Defence Agreement (MDA) that provides the foundation for ongoing UK-US nuclear warhead collaboration is due to be reviewed and possibly extended this year. UK PONI will host two former practitioners from either side of the Atlantic to discuss the 1958 MDA and its role in domestic and international nuclear debates.
RUSI Logo 3Event: Why Integrating Bosnia and Herzegovina in NATO Must Succeed: Ensuring Security and Stability in South Eastern Europe 15:00, 3 Apr 2014, RUSI
A lecture by Ana Trisic Babic, Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina. In this public lecture, she will discuss NATO enlargement in South Eastern Europe and outline the concrete steps that should be taken.
V4 LogoEvent: V4 Co-operation within NATO: Looking to the Future 12:45, 26 Mar 2014, RUSI
On the occasion of the anniversaries of their accession to NATO, fifteen and ten years respectively, RUSI is organising a panel discussion with Deputy Foreign Ministers of the Visegrád Group (V4) to discuss priorities for the alliance in the run-up to the 2014 NATO Summit in Wales.
Astute submarineEvent: [INVITE ONLY] The International Aspects of the UK CASD Debate 10:00, 26 Mar 2014, RUSI
A roundtable discussion on the international aspects of the UK CASD debate
RUSI Logo 3Event: Transnational Organised Crime and Security – What’s Next? 18:30, 24 Mar 2014, RUSI
The speakers will discuss the current status of research and policy on transnational organised crime and security.
Vernon Coaker MPEvent: Ambitious and Realistic: Labour’s Vision for Britain’s Defence and Security 11:00, 24 Mar 2014, RUSI
A lecture by Vernon Coaker MP, Shadow Secretary of State for Defence. In his lecture, Vernon Coaker will give his views on recent developments and current issues, and outline his and Labour’s vision for the future of Britain’s defence and security.
RUSImotifEvent: Chinese Crisis Management in Central Asia 16:00, 19 Mar 2014, RUSI
This roundtable discussion will explore China’s increasing focus on Central Asia.
Missile Defence Lead ImageConference: RUSI Missile Defence Conference 08:00, 18 Mar 2014, RUSI
A major highlight in the missile defence calendar, this international conference aims to make a significant contribution to the evolution of policy with a stimulating discussion of BMD issues between senior policymakers and practitioners.
Field Marshal the Lord Bramall of Bushfield KG GCB OBE MCEvent: Ninety Not Out: A Reflection on Seventy Years of Soldiering and Continuing Engagement with Defence 13:00, 10 Mar 2014, RUSI
A lecture by Field Marshal the Lord Bramall of Bushfield KG GCB OBE MC. Drawing on his unique personal experience of soldiering at every level, dating from his service in the Second World War, Lord Bramall will consider how warfare has changed. More importantly, he will remind us of the lessons we should have been drawing from that and will offer guidance for the future with regards to strategy and execution.
RUSI Logo 3Conference: RUSI/STFC Futures - Big Data for Security and Resilience: Challenges and Opportunities for the Next Generation of Policymakers 09:00, 7 Mar 2014, RUSI
Data is becoming available to academic researchers, policy researchers and policymakers in ever increasing volumes, which brings with it questions over how such data is collected and stored, how and by whom it is analysed, and how it is used.
StrangeloveEvent: UK PONI Presents: Dr Strangelove 18:00, 6 Mar 2014, RUSI
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Stanley Kubrick’s satirical take on the Cold War’s nuclear logic, the UK Project on Nuclear Issues (UK PONI) held a free screening of Dr Strangelove at the Royal United Services Institute.
Nick Clegg on Security and Privacy in the Internet Age 08:30, 4 Mar 2014, RUSI
The Rt Hon Nick Clegg MP, Deputy Prime Minister, spoke to RUSI on the subject of security, privacy and surveillance. The Deputy Prime Minister also announced the launch of an Independent RUSI review on the use of Internet data for surveillance purposes.
Stanley McChrystal at RUSI  [thumbnail]Event: General Stanley McChrystal on Operational Leadership 13:00, 3 Mar 2014, RUSI
A lecture by General (Ret) Stanley A. McChrystal, former Commander of US and NATO International Security Assistance Forces, Afghanistan. In his lecture, General McChrystal reflected on the enduring lessons of leadership and the complex security challenges of Iraq and Afghanistan. He also made observations on the emerging requirements of the 'post-Afghan' security environment.
Commander Richard WaltonEvent: Whitehall Dialogue: Defeating Terrorism through the Rule of Law - Reflections on the British Model of Counter Terrorism Policing 15:45, 27 Feb 2014, RUSI
A presentation by Commander Richard Walton, Head of Counter Terrorism Command (SO15), Metropolitan Police Service. In his presentation, Commander Walton will explore the British model of Counter Terrorist policing; its strengths and weaknesses, reflecting on 130 years of Scotland Yard's history of fighting terrorism.
T E Lawrence by Lowell ThomasEvent: Lawrence of Arabia: Soldier and Celebrity – The Man, the Myth and the Media 12:45, 20 Feb 2014, RUSI
A lecture by Dr John Peaty FRGS FRHistS, International Secretary of the British Commission for Military History and Private Historian. In his presentation, Dr Peaty will try to disentangle the man from the myth, examine the various portrayals of Lawrence and try to explain how a junior British Army officer became, next to Mao, the most famous guerrilla leader the world has ever known.
Social Media and the MilitaryEvent: Plugged-in: Social Media and the Military 13:00, 19 Feb 2014, RUSI
A presentation by Professor David Denney, Professor of Social and Public Policy, Royal Holloway, University of London and Dr Alasdair Pinkerton, Lecturer and Researcher in Political Geography and Geopolitics, Royal Holloway, University of London. In their presentation, Professor David Denney and Dr Alasdair Pinkerton will draw on material from a recently funded research project to determine the role of social media in military communication, from the perspectives of serving personnel.
Agni-V thumbEvent: India's Nuclear Forces: The Challenges of Operationalization and Stability 18:00, 6 Feb 2014, RUSI
The UK Project on Nuclear Issues (UK PONI) hosted Gaurav Kampani of Cornell University for an evening seminar on 6th February to explore the links between India’s nuclear doctrine and forces, and their implications for stability in South Asia.
Developing EmploymentEvent: Developing Employment and Skills in UK Defence 13:00, 5 Feb 2014, RUSI
A presentation by Michael Davis, Chief Executive, UK Commission for Employment and Skills and Nigel Whitehead, Group Managing Director of Programmes and Support, BAE Systems plc. This presentation will focus on the macro picture and the importance of developing employment and skills in the UK defence industry.
The Defence Industrial TriptychWhitehall Paper Launch: The Defence Industrial Triptych 18:00, 4 Feb 2014, RUSI
Rt Hon James Arbuthnot MP, Chairman of the House of Commons Defence Select Committee, will join Dr John Louth and Dr Henrik Heidenkamp to mark the launch of the new RUSI Whitehall Paper, The Defence Industrial Triptych.
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