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Emily Ferris is a Research Fellow in the International Security Studies department at RUSI, specialising in Russia and Eurasia’s foreign... read more
China is looking to translate its economic power into political influence in international organisations and standards bodies.
The recent Polish presidential elections were fuelled with anti-LGBTI+ bigotry. The battle resembled the broader current European fight between liberalism and illiberalism.
In the second paper in RUSI's series on Russia and China in Europe, Tessa Szyszkowitz examines their role in Austria.
Ethnic Hungarians in neighbouring states are still struggling with exercising their group rights, a century after Hungary was shorn of much of its territory.
Belarus has developed its own oil supply diversification strategy. However, the country might ultimately use this to secure better terms of cooperation with Russian companies, rather than to reduce its overall dependency on Moscow.
James D J Brown
The constitutional referendum in Russia has closed the door to a potential territorial compromise with Japan.
The antimalarial poses dangers for the military performance of the UK armed forces.
Bitter exchanges between Russia and Poland over the Second World War highlight the impact of historical memory on real-world security concerns.
Space is the ideal proving ground for the UK's Fusion Doctrine.
The Centre for Turkey Studies (CEFTUS) in partnership with the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) is pleased to host prominent Turkish security expert, Dr Metin Gurcan.
Tom Miller and Shashank Joshi will discuss China's vision for the Belt and Road Initiative and how the impact is being felt on the ground.
RUSI is hosting a panel discussion followed by the book launch of Contemporary Turkey in Conflict, written by Professor Tahir Abbas.