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Militias must be forced to choose between an institutionalisation process that acknowledges their existence, rights and legitimacy, or an armed confrontation that, in the long run, they cannot win.
In the run-up to and ever since the Iraq War in 2003, RUSI has offered analysis and expertise on the conflict and its implications for UK defence and security. Here we present a selection of articles and commentary from our archives.
Scott Lucas, Christalla Yakinthou and Stefan Wolff
Policy-makers must recognise that the current situation in Syria will have an impact on the options available for any long-term political settlement
With on-going tensions in Jerusalem, the announcement of a new warship deal demonstrates continued German support for Israel
Demanding that Iran come clean on all military dimensions of its nuclear programme will kill any hope of a negotiated settlement.
After twelve years of interwoven diplomacy and pressure, the Iranian nuclear dispute is entering what could be its final stretch
Iraq serves as a potent illustration of how deeply embedded today’s private sector is in the business of security and war, and why questions over legislation require urgent attention.
This article discusses several questions that need to be considered, before the decision to go to war with Iraq is made.
This article examines the influence of the sharp disagreements over the Iraq War on the dynamics between governments and their Muslim communities.