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UAVs are fast becoming a major feature of security in the Middle East.
Peter Roberts (Editor)
This Occasional Paper presents a collection of essays about contemporary trends in war and warfare, and how they will shape the actions of belligerents in future conflicts.
Morocco is redeveloping its African roots. To the benefit of all concerned.
Iran’s designation of the US Central Command as a terrorist organisation has serious implications for the treatment of its personnel in any conflict.
Israeli opinion generally regards the country’s efforts to contain Iran, especially in Syria, as having been successful. In fact, the trendline runs the other way: Iran is constraining Israel, entrenching all around the Jewish state.
A proposal for a ‘trauma-informed’ framework to provide training and support to the Syrian White Helmets.
Part II of this two-part series surveys the conflict’s impact on Aleppo.
His Excellency Adel Al-Jubeir, Saudi Minister of State for Foreign Affairs delivered a briefing at RUSI on the Saudi view on Middle East security.
At this event Professor David Phillips will examine US Middle East policy, how it relates to Kurdish political aspirations and the role of Kurdish fighters combating ISIS in Iraq and Syria
This event will explore ways in which both Yemeni society and its disparate political groups can begin to reach compromise.