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Dr Jack Watling is Research Fellow for Land Warfare. Jack has recently conducted studies of deterrence against Russia, force... read more
Amid a lively debate about the viability of the UK’s heavy armour, the loss of over 42 Armenian T-72s to Azerbaijani forces in Nagorno-Karabakh requires further analysis.
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Europe's medium powers face unavoidable tradeoffs when determining the future shape of their militaries.
If the British Army is to achieve the digital integration that underpins its Information Manoeuvre concept then its recce platforms need Link-16
There are plenty of questions about the purpose and utility of the impending British deployment to Mali. But there are also some answers.
How does a state achieve effective deterrence? Lithuania provides an example.
A growing Western habit of linking China and Russia as joint adversaries in various contexts is missing the actual strengths of the relationship, and their varied interests in third locations.
The British Army needs a mobile anti-tank reserve capability in order to credibly stop opposing heavy armour during a peer conflict. Without it, outnumbered UK armour will be held at bay while infantry are overwhelmed
With the situation in the Middle East and Eastern Europe providing changing perceptions of how modern conflict can unfold, RUSI Research Fellow Peter Quentin predicts that 2017 will see a series of...
General Raymond T Odierno, Chief of Staff, United States Army, spoke at the RUSI Land Warfare Conference outlining the future transformation of the United States Army. Read Speech here: http://www....
A lecture on recent advances in our understanding of how the brain has evolved, and a demonstration of how this offers a new way to look at conflict.
General Sir Nicholas Carter, Chief of the General Staff, elaborates on some of the increasingly real threats that pose a risk to the UK’s way of life. He considers the implications of the evolving...