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Peter is Director of Military Sciences at the Royal United Services Institute, having been the Senior Research Fellow for Sea Power and... read more
Concern over the political rise of former IDF Chief of Staff Benny Gantz is misplaced. The military’s role in Israeli politics has always served to reinforce democratic values, not erode them.
This article considers how to increase societal and governmental resilience in the UK to reduce the impact of an attack, whatever its nature.
While the changes to the organisation of UK Defence are welcome, the long-term effects remain to be seen.
China’s latest defence white paper repeats many concepts already known but does include a number of interesting novelties.
Responsibility for strategy has long been a source of tension between politicians and the military.
Tim Stevens and Kevin O'Brien
The UK will need to rely on new methods of cooperation with its European neighbours.
Dr Jack Watling, Research Fellow at RUSI, discusses what the new agenda might be for the new Defence Secretary, Penny Mordaunt.
New international research network to examine terrorists' use of internet technologies.
A major research project into military covenants and how signatories put their commitments into practice has today been announced by Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) and Nationwide Building...
In this short video RUSI explores the increasingly significant role of the commercial sector in modern British defence capabilities. RUSI talks to a number of experts on how private industry is...
A discussion with Professor Michael Clarke, Distinguished Fellow, RUSI and Helen Ramscar, Associate Fellow, RUSI, to launch their latest book entitled ‘Tipping Point: Britain, Brexit and Security in...
A panel discussion to commemorate the 75th anniversary of D-Day, the Battle for Normandy.
In a paper to be launched on 20 February Charles Parton will argue that in-depth research and debate on Chinese Communist Party (CCP) interference in the UK are long overdue.