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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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2012 button Analysis: Where do we go From Here? Transitioning from Dictatorship to Democracy in 2012 15 Dec 2011
The democratic gains made from the Arab Spring are by no means assured. 2012 will see would-be democracies challenged to respond to and enable an historical transformation from dictatorship to democracy. Americas Europe Middle East and North Africa
food security thumb Analysis: The Gulf's food security dilemma 6 Dec 2011
Food security is an important geopolitical consideration for Gulf countries concerned with rising food demand in the face of low production rates and vast imports. In order to maintain food security, imports will remain vital, as well as ensuring the physical security of international and domestic supplies. Climate Security Global Security Issues Middle East and North Africa
Iran President Thumb Analysis: Devaluing the Dual-Track Approach to Iran 2 Dec 2011 by Andrea Berger
With the ransacking of the British embassy in Tehran, the West has further shrunk its repository of policy options, leaving sanctions as the policy tool of choice. However, while sanctions may slow Iran's forays into the nuclear field, they are unlikely to divert their course entirely. Iran Middle East and North Africa Nuclear Non-Proliferation and Strategy Global Security Issues
Bahrain Thumb Analysis: The Independent Commission Report: A New Start for Bahrain? 29 Nov 2011 by Michael Stephens
The Bahrain Independent Commission of Inquiry's (BICI) report has surprised many with its balanced findings into February's violence. But King Hamad must begin a reform process now instead of setting up another talking shop. Middle East and North Africa The Gulf Region
Tahrir Egypt Thumb Analysis: The Arab Spring Redux? The Egyptian Revolution returns with a vengeance 24 Nov 2011 by Shashank Joshi
Egypt's army cannot be allowed to hijack the revolution, and protesters will keep the pressure on. But what does that mean for elections, just days away? Egypt Middle East and North Africa
Sohail_Counting the Cost RUSI Newsbrief: Counting the Cost of Human Conflict 23 Nov 2011
As NATO concludes its military intervention in Libya, attention turns to counting the human cost of the conflict. Middle East and North Africa Libya
Roberts_Saudi Arabia RUSI Newsbrief: Saudi Arabia, Stability and the Arab Revolutions 23 Nov 2011 by Dr David Roberts
Saudi Arabia's response to the Arab Spring has ranged from apparent inertia to the financing and leadership of counter-revolution, but at all times the stability of the kingdom has been its primary objective. Middle East and North Africa Iran The Gulf Region
Joffe_A Troubled Future RUSI Newsbrief: Libya and North Africa: A Troubled Future? 23 Nov 2011 by George Joffé
Following the fall of the Qadhafi regime, North African states are considering the regional implications and reassessing their own relationships with the nascent Libyan state. Middle East and North Africa Libya
Analysis Podcast thumb Analysis: ANALYSIS PODCAST: Assessing the Libya Campaign 16 Nov 2011 by Elizabeth Pearson
RUSI Director Professor Michael Clarke assesses the Libya military campaign after the fall of Qadhafi and the transition to a new Libyan government. He talks to Lizz Pearson and outlines RUSI's research into this intervention. Libya Middle East and North Africa
wavyiranianflagthumb Analysis: Iran's Nuclear Ambitions: A Steady Crawl to Breakout Capability 15 Nov 2011 by Professor Malcolm Chalmers, Andrea Berger
The International Atomic Energy Agency's latest report on Iran describes in unprecedented detail a country moving slowly towards a nuclear weapons option, rather than a bomb itself. This lack of a 'smoking gun' removes military response from the international community's toolbox of policy options. But this is no grounds for complacency. Iran Middle East and North Africa Nuclear Non-Proliferation and Strategy Global Security Issues
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