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The Russians appear to be expressing dissatisfaction with the Syrian president. But these are mere rumblings; the Syrian government is consolidating, and Russia is there to stay.
If the US was to invade Iran, how much money, equipment and personnel would be required? This article suggests that the costs would be prohibitive and other methods of managing relations with Iran should be explored.
Aniseh Bassiri Tabrizi
Hard-hit by the coronavirus crisis, Iran shows no signs of weakening overseas
Iran is striking back for the killing of one of its top commanders. A real test of US resolve in the Middle East is beginning.
Liberal democracies remain vulnerable to mass epidemics, despite the prevalence of time-tested methods to improve national resilience capabilities.
A well-intentioned decision on Iran in 2016 has haunted the Financial Action Task Force ever since. That decision is about to become a nightmare.
Cristina Varriale reviews Living on the Edge: Iran and the Practice of Nuclear Hedging, by Wyn Bowen et al.
In Iran’s upcoming elections it is not just the presidency that is at stake, but the future of the country’s moderates.
Ewan Lawson reviews The Bad-Ass Librarians of Timbuktu: And Their Race to Save the World’s Most Precious Manuscripts, by Joshua Hammer.
Dr Shiraz Maher will explore the ideology followed by the most destructive terrorist groups of the modern age.
RUSI is pleased to welcome Mark Ward, Director of START, to discuss the challenges the US, the UK and other partners have faced since the start of the civil war in Syria. He will also describe...
A lecture by HRH Prince Turki al Faisal bin Abdulaziz al Saud on the future of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the region.