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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.

The Eastern Partnership: The Next 10 Years

18 June 2019, 11:45
RUSI Whitehall London, SW1A 2ET

This year marks the 10th anniversary of the Eastern Partnership, at its time a pioneering effort in strengthening relations between the...

Peace in our time? A conversation with Dr Saeb Erekat

19 June 2019, 10:00
RUSI Whitehall London, SW1A 2ET

The Palestinian people are still without a state, and the peace process with Israel has not moved forward in years. A proposed “Deal of the...

Ensuring the Next Generation’s Security and Prosperity: Cyber Security and the Dawn of the 5G Era

21 June 2019, 9:00
RUSI Whitehall London, SW1A 2ET

This discussion will cover a range of national security related cyber topics including 5G communication infrastructure policy, economic...

Duke of Wellington Medal for Military History

The Duke of Wellington Medal for Military History Awards 2019

27 June 2019, 18:00

The panel of judges have exceptionally this year awarded two medals: John Hussey and Helen Parr received prizes for their books, Waterloo:...

Lieutenant General Christian Badia on European Military Capability Development: A Way Forward

09 July 2019, 13:00
RUSI Whitehall London, SW1A 2ET

Today, the European Union (EU) is facing a variety of challenges. In addition to internal restructuring, the enlargement of the EU or...

Imperial Overstretch, from Dr Arnold to Mr Blair

10 July 2005, 23:00

Dr Correlli Barnett CBE <?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />  From 1245 – 1400 (Sandwich Lunch from 1215)   The British Empire / Commonwealth constituted not a strategic asset to Britain, but a burden....

Iraq as an Intelligence Sucess and Policy Failure

07 July 2005, 23:00

By Scott Ritter, former United Nations weapons inspector 1300 – 1400 (Sandwich Lunch from 1215) Scott Ritter is no stranger to controversy. In September 2002 he told officials in Baghdad that military action against Iraq was unjustified. Since he...

The Future of the UK Strategic Deterrent

05 July 2005, 23:00

Rethinking the Role of Strategic Deterrence in British Defence Policy Wednesday 6th July 2005 Britain’s position as a nuclear power has been fundamental to its role in the world order. In the 2003 Defence White Paper, the United Kingdom Government...

Science and Technology for a Transforming Alliance, Workshop III

30 June 2005, 0:00

RUSI is leading a research project entitled ‘Science and Technology for a Transforming Alliance’. The project seeks to evaluate the role of collective transatlantic S&T programmes in the context of NATO and EU military and political...

Armageddon: The Battle for Germany, 1944-45

29 June 2005, 23:00

Thursday 30 June 2005 from 1245 – 1400 (<?xml:namespace prefix = st1 ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:smarttags" />Sandwich Lunch from 1215) The Royal United Services Institute for Defence and Security Studies would like to invite you to...

Reforming NATO Force Generation, Workshop II

29 June 2005, 23:00

Improved force generation has been a key concern of the incumbent NATO Secretary General during his first year-and-a-half in office. The need for more ‘usable’ forces was a central theme of the Istanbul Summit Communiqué. A comprehensive list of...

Terrorism Laws

29 June 2005, 23:00

RUSI would like to invite you to attend a debate that will be recorded for broadcast later this year on BBC Radio 4. Professor Conor Gearty of the LSE's Centre For Human Rights will argue that all special terrorism laws should be abolished...

Technology for Security & Resilience

26 June 2005, 7:30

Each component of a society plays an integral role in the provision of that nation’s security and resilience. These roles are complex and intertwined and can range from:• A government ensuring that the threats and risks that are faced are adequately...

Terrorism in the UK

21 June 2005, 23:00

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Science and Technology for a Transforming Alliance, Workshop II

19 June 2005, 23:00

RUSI is leading a research project entitled ‘Science and Technology for a Transforming Alliance’. The project seeks to evaluate the role of collective transatlantic defence S&T programmes in the context of NATO and EU military and political...

Gallipoli Memorial Lecture 2005: Whither Defence? – A Personal View

19 June 2005, 23:00

Air Chief Marshal Sir Anthony Bagnall, Vice Chief of the Defence Staff 1300 – 1400 (Sandwich Lunch from 1215) This year’s Gallipoli Memorial Lecture will cover the changing face of the world and of defence, in particular during Sir Anthony’s 41...

Whitehall Dialogue: The Royal Navy’s Role in Humanitarian and Natural Disasters

16 June 2005, 23:00

by Captain Steve Chick, Royal Navy, CO of HMS CHATHAM From 1215 - 1430 In the wake of the Asian Tsunami on Boxing Day 2004 and the Summer Hurricanes in the Caribbean before, the Royal Navy has accrued some recent experience in dealing with...

Austria Fifty Years After the State Treaty

14 June 2005, 23:00

On 15 May 1955, the signing of the Austrian State Treaty heralded the departure, within three months, of the occupying Soviet military and re-established Austria as a democratic, independent state. Whilst celebrations organised by the Austrian...

Future Combat Vehicles 2005 - Goals, Challenges and Realities in Changing Force Structures

07 June 2005, 23:00

The Royal United Services Institute and Defence Event Management, supported by the Association of the United States Army, present:5th Annual Future Combat Vehicles Conference.Keynote speaker: General Sir Mike Jackson (Chief of the General Staff,...

Presentation of The Duke of Westminster's Medal for Military Literature 2005

05 June 2005, 23:00

The winner of the Duke of Westminster’s Medal for Military Literature 2005 is Professor Nicholas Rodger for his book The Command of the Ocean: A Naval History of Britain 1649-1815, the second in his three volume history of British naval power...

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