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Mungo Melvin became a Senior Associate Fellow of RUSI in January 2012, having been a member for over thirty years.
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The UK government’s attempt to shield its troops from vexatious litigation is laudable. The methods proposed are less so.
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.
Edited by Jack Watling
Europe's medium powers face unavoidable tradeoffs when determining the future shape of their militaries.
Boris Johnson’s newly elected government has some big questions to answer about the country’s defence policy and global posture.
Amidst a challenging fiscal and security climate, the new government has an opportunity to develop a post-Brexit security and defence vision.
Joel Rogers de Waal
New YouGov/RUSI polling portrays a kind of ignorant faith in NATO but also significant doubts that UK defence capability is fit for modern purpose.
Rachael Gribble, Simon Wessely, Susan Klein, David A Alexander, Christopher Dandeker and Nicola T Fear
The Ministry of Defence’s idea of 'veteran' is far broader than the British public’s.
Experience of the Helmand campaign provides lessons beyond counterinsurgency.
Alan J Guy reviews ‘These Meritorious Objects of the Royal Bounty’: The Chelsea Out-Pensioners in the Early Eighteenth Century, by Andrew Edward Cormack.
A lecture by General Sir David Richards, Chief of the Defence Staff, UK Ministry of Defence.
In announcing the 2010 Strategic Defence and Security Review, the Prime Minister has directed a review to determine whether the UK‘s Reserve Forces - Royal Navy Reserve, the Royal Marines Reserve,...