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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: Iranís Nuclear Trajectory
Jon Snow, David Miliband, Richard Dalton and Shashank Joshi discuss the ways forward for the Iranian nuclear crisis. ...

The Permanent Crisis: Iranís 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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Roberts_thumb RUSI Newsbrief: Examining Qatari-Saudi Relations 27 Mar 2012 by Dr David Roberts
If Saudi Arabia really did exclude Qatar from recent discussions among Gulf states about Hizbullah, what impact will this have on Qatar's regional relationships and international role? The Gulf Region Middle East and North Africa
Libya uprising Analysis: The Challenges of Keeping Libya Together 23 Mar 2012
The province of Cyrenaica is the latest region to have announced its intention to have greater autonomy in Libya. Being the birthplace of the Libyan revolution, this has drawn the ire of the fragile National Transitional Council in Tripoli. Asserting its control will involve firmer security control and a rapid transition to democracy. Libya Middle East and North Africa
WHR 1-12 cover News: Libya: Not a model for future intervention 19 Mar 2012
The 2011 Libyan operation cannot be a widely applicable model for future intervention, regardless of the military success of the campaign that helped rebels depose Qadhafi at little civilian cost. This is important to bear in mind as the unfolding crisis in Syria rumbles on, or new ones develop, claims a new report by the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI). UK Europe Middle East and North Africa Libya France Americas
Bosnian armed forces Analysis: What Ends a War? The Limits of Bosnia-Syria Parallels 14 Mar 2012 by Adrian Johnson
The military option is still on the table as the atrocities in Syria continue. But what is the best template for intervention? For all its successes, the example of Bosnia in the mid-1990s is not one of them. Middle East and North Africa Syria Europe
Ahmedinejad Nuclear Analysis: Is a Nuclear Iran as Dangerous As We Think? 27 Feb 2012 by Shashank Joshi
Pessimists warn that a nuclear Iran cannot be safely contained. But these risks - irrational behaviour, nuclear safety, and further proliferation - need to be dispassionately assessed and put into context. Iran Middle East and North Africa Nuclear Non-Proliferation and Strategy Global Security Issues
Analysis: Attacking Iran: Up in the air 27 Feb 2012 by Professor Malcolm Chalmers
RUSI's Malcolm Chalmers talks to The Economist newspaper on the risks involved in a pre-emptive strike against Iran's nuclear programme Nuclear Non-Proliferation and Strategy Global Security Issues Iran Middle East and North Africa
Eurofighter 2 RUSI Journal: The Latest Test for NATO 21 Feb 2012
An inside view of NATO operations in Libya assesses the achievements and limitations of the campaign NATO International Institutions Libya Middle East and North Africa Europe
wavyiranianflagthumb Analysis: The Israel Embassy Attacks: Where next for Iran and Israel? 14 Feb 2012 by Michael Stephens
The attacks against Israel diplomatic targets in India and Georgia may well usher in a new chapter in the covert war between Iran and Israel. The Jewish state may feel emboldened to retaliate decisively on an Iran that is becoming increasingly isolated in the Arab world. Iran Middle East and North Africa Middle East Peace
Syrian Flag Analysis: ARGUMENTS FOR Military Intervention in Syria 8 Feb 2012 by Michael Stephens
With over 6000 dead, there is little option but to intervene in Syria and dismantle the regime. It is important that the international community joins the Arab states in their determination to get involved and ensure a stable post-Assad Syria. Middle East and North Africa Syria
Syrian Flag Analysis: ARGUMENTS AGAINST Military Intervention in Syria 8 Feb 2012 by Dr David Roberts
Something needs to be done to stop the Syrian Army killing ever increasing number of its citizens. But Syria is far more complex than Libya and simply sending arms and further internationalising the Syrian Civil War will only exacerbate the war and elongate suffering. A more viable solution is for Arab states to use their muscle as energy suppliers to slow down the Assad regime. Middle East and North Africa Syria Iran The Gulf Region
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