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The 4 RIFLES Battle Group Operations in Basra, Summer 2007
Colonel P N Y M Sanders DSO OBE recounts the British withdrawal from Basra, Summer 2007 ...

The 4 RIFLES Battle Group Operations in Basra, Summer 2007
Colonel P N Y M Sanders DSO OBE recounts the British withdrawal from Basra, Summer 2007 ...

Is There a Right to Humanitarian Intervention?
A lecture by the Rt Hon Lord Falconer of Thoroton QC, former Secretary of State for Constitutional Affairs and Lord Chancellor. ...

Palestinian Statehood? Security Implications for the Region
The Royal United Services Institute has brought together experts from across the Middle East and beyond to discuss the impact of ...

Palestinian Statehood? Security Implications for the Region
The Royal United Services Institute has brought together experts from across the Middle East and beyond to discuss the impact of ...

Syria: The Road to Democracy
A lecture by Shaykh Sayyid Muhammad al-Yaqoubi, Syrian scholar. When the Syrian National Council was formed, there were high hopes that ...

The Permanent Crisis: Iran’s Nuclear Trajectory
Jon Snow, David Miliband, Richard Dalton and Shashank Joshi discuss the ways forward for the Iranian nuclear crisis. ...

The Permanent Crisis: Iran’s Nuclear Trajectory
Jon Snow, David Miliband, Richard Dalton and Shashank Joshi discuss the ways forward for the Iranian nuclear crisis. ...

Middle East Peace: The Principles behind the Process
An address by the Rt Hon Sir Alan Duncan KCMG MP, Conservative Member of Parliament for Rutland and Melton. In this ...

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RUSI Defence Systems: That Sinking Feeling: Iran’s Anti-Ship Missile Array 18 Sep 2012
Iran has a layered network of modern anti-ship missiles sourced from China, which has helped it to implement a plan for maximum sea control. Robert Hewson reports Maritime Forces Iran Middle East and North Africa
Barack Obama 5 Analysis: The US and the Arab World: The Failures of Engagement 18 Sep 2012 by Dr Jonathan Eyal
The recent protests in the Middle East may have been sparked by the anti-Islamic film produced in the US, but Middle Eastern opinion has been shaped to a much larger degree by US foreign policy rather than its cinematography. Tackling Extremism Terrorism Middle East and North Africa Egypt The Gulf Region Middle East Peace
Riots in Libya and Egypt: Implications after the killing of US Ambassador Christopher Stevens Videos: Riots in Libya and Egypt: Implications after the killing of US Ambassador Christopher Stevens 12 Sep 2012 by Dr Jonathan Eyal
Dr Jonathan Eyal, Director of International Security Studies at RUSI assesses the implications of the killing of the US Ambassador to Libya. What does this mean for President Barak Obama's foreign policy? And what of latent anti-Americanism in the Muslim world. Libya Middle East and North Africa United States Americas
NB 201209 Al Mansoor RUSI Newsbrief: Saudi Arabia's Shia Question: An Escalating Crisis 4 Sep 2012
What is the nature of the threat posed by the escalation of violent protest in Saudi Arabia’s Eastern Province? Middle East and North Africa
NB 201209 Mokaddem RUSI Newsbrief: Tunisia's Unfinished Revolution: Sustaining the Democratic Transition 4 Sep 2012
Over a year and a half since the fall of Ben Ali, what progress has been made in the birthplace of the Arab Spring? Middle East and North Africa
NB 201209 Sedgley RUSI Newsbrief: Tension in the Asia-Pacific: Iranian-Malaysian Relations and the West 4 Sep 2012
What are the implications for the West of Iran’s growing presence in the Asia-Pacific, and particularly its relationship with Malaysia? Iran Middle East and North Africa Pacific
Iran nuclear Analysis: What is the zone of immunity? Iran, Israel and the IAEA's new report 3 Sep 2012 by Shashank Joshi
The IAEA's latest report shows that Iran has greatly upgraded its uranium enrichment capacity. Some argue that Iran is poised to enter a "zone of immunity". But what does this mean, and is it a useful concept? Iran Middle East and North Africa Israel Technology Nuclear Non-Proliferation and Strategy Global Security Issues
Morsi and Tantawi thumbnail Analysis: Military or President: Who Calls the Shots in Egypt? 24 Aug 2012 by Dr H.A. Hellyer
The relationship between President Morsi and the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (SCAF) has always been under intense scrutiny. Morsi’s removal of SCAF’s leadership could have represented the beginnings of open conflict between the Morsi and SCAF, but the actual situation is far more complex. Middle East and North Africa Egypt
Lula Silva RUSI Journal: Brazilian Foreign Policy and Force Projection: Engaging with the Middle East, with Eyes on the UN 6 Aug 2012
Brazil's activities in the Middle East are part of a wider quest to demonstrate itself to be a responsible global power – and earn a Security Council seat United Nations International Institutions Brazil Americas Middle East Peace Middle East and North Africa
Free Syria Army Idlib February 2012 - Photo by tinyccSyriaFreedom Analysis: The Resignation of Kofi Annan: The End of the Diplomatic Road? 6 Aug 2012 by Michael Stephens
Kofi Annan's Peace Plan for Syria was doomed from the start as none of the actors were prepared to take it seriously. His resignation means the stage is now set for a dénouement to this bloody civil war, spurred on by outside support. Syria Middle East and North Africa United Nations International Institutions
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