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RUSI is the podium of choice for world leaders and senior policymakers, and is ideally placed to attract high-quality speakers and participants at its events. These vary in size and format from set-piece lectures to conferences and seminars.

RUSI Annual Security Lecture by Lindy Cameron, CEO, UK National Cyber Security Centre

14 June 2021, 16:00

Lindy Cameron CB OBE, who has two decades of national security policy and crisis management experience, started her career in the private...

The Military Challenges and Opportunities for Cooperation in the Baltic Region

16 June 2021, 16:00

In his current role, Lieutenant General Herem has been a strong advocate of regional military cooperation and shared capability development...

Sharpening the Dagger: Optimising Special Forces or Future Conflict

28 June 2021, 15:00

Militaries have found a persistent need to establish units that are detached from the conventional force structure to address discrete...

The Bomb Beyond Borders: How Do Democratic States and Their Citizens Think About Nuclear Use?

28 June 2021, 16:00

In recent decades, scholars and policymakers have advanced the view that the non-use of nuclear weapons since the Second World War can...

Prisons and Terrorism

30 June 2021, 16:00

Erupting in 1969, the Northern Ireland “troubles” continued with terrible intensity until 1998. The most enduring civil conflict in Western...

James Brokenshire on the Evolving Threat Posed by Terrorism in the UK

26 November 2020, 16:00

Mr Brokenshire explored the challenges and opportunities the Government faces in responding to self-initiated terrorists, with a particular focus on right-wing terrorism.The full video is available to RUSI members. Please login and return to this...

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Rising Global Violence – Where, When, Why?

25 November 2020, 14:00

Around the globe violence is on the rise. Fifty years of bipolar antagonism gave way to 20 years of the American Moment. Now that relative geopolitical certainty is fading as other states challenge Western hegemony. With a growing risk of armed...

CTF Online Symposium No. 5: Financing Right-Wing Extremism and Terrorism

24 November 2020, 14:00

In this webinar, Bethan Johnson will analyse trends in the financial activities of right-wing extremists and terrorists around the world. Considering the habits of both terrorist groups and ‘lone wolf’ terrorists, she will examine the fundraising...

How Spies Think: 10 Lessons in Intelligence

17 November 2020, 16:15

Members can watch the event by logging in and returning to this page. Intelligence officers discern the truth. They gather information - often contradictory or incomplete - and, with it, they build the most accurate possible image of the world. With...

The Incoming Biden Administration: Views from Iran

16 November 2020, 14:00

The Trump presidency saw strained relations between the United States and Iran. There was a weakening of the nuclear deal (known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, or JCPOA) following the US withdrawal and an increased risk of potential...

Paper Launch - War by Others' Means

13 November 2020, 14:00

Working with partnered forces may extend the reach of a small military, but how can access be converted into influence, training into improved capability, and what are the limits of transferring political and fiscal risk on the modern battlefield...

Haldane: The Forgotten Statesman Who Shaped Modern Britain

12 November 2020, 16:00

As a philosopher-statesman, Haldane’s groundbreaking proposals on defence, education and government structure were astonishingly ahead of his time. He was the creator of the Territorial Army and the British Expeditionary Force. Haldane laid the...

The African Soldiers of the First World War

11 November 2020, 16:00

At 11am on the second Sunday in November, Britain holds Remembrance Sunday to commemorate its fallen soldiers. Up and down the country, crowds of people gather to pay their respects to those who fought at home and overseas. The soldiers who took...

Russia in the Eastern Mediterranean

11 November 2020, 15:00

September marked the fifth anniversary of Russia’s intervention in the Syrian Civil War. During this time, Russia’s presence across the region has substantially grown. Indeed, Russia’s involvement in the conflicts in Syria and Libya has seen Moscow...

Impact of the US elections on the MENA

11 November 2020, 12:30

The event, organised by the Unpacking the MENA programme, explores the reactions to and implications of the US elections for countries in the MENA region. Among the topics, It looks at what a new US administration will mean for the UK’s policy in...

US Presidential Election – How the Results Will Impact International Security

09 November 2020, 14:30

The 2020 US Presidential election is one of the most significant for decades in foreign policy terms. The choice for voters is summed up in the contrasting taglines of the candidates’ campaigns: Donald Trump’s America First versus Joe Biden’s...

UK PONI Introduction to Nuclear Technology Workshop

05 November 2020, 14:00

UK PONI will hold an online workshop covering the basics of nuclear technology including fuel cycles, nuclear weapons and delivery systems aimed at early career professionals working in the nuclear policy field but without a scientific or...

August Browne: The British-Polish Nigerian Who Took on the Nazis

30 October 2020, 16:00

Having travelled to Britain from Nigeria in the early part of the 20th century, August Agboola Browne settled down and became a successful Jazz musician in Poland prior to his participation in the struggle against Nazi occupation. Browne’s story...

Transatlantic Relations on Iran After the US Elections

30 October 2020, 13:30

Since the heralding of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) signed by the P5+1 group in 2015, the last four years have witnessed a schism emerge between the United States and Europe over Iran. While the E3 members have maintained...

Building Stronger Societies: Involving Teenagers in National Security

29 October 2020, 16:00

With national security threats growing, countries are looking increasingly to teenagers as a resource. Traditional conscription, as practiced in past generations, is mostly neither feasible nor desirable. Instead, a number of countries have...

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