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It is not the size but the composition of the latest package of US arms sales to Taiwan that is noteworthy.
Today the Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation publishes its review into bias in algorithmic decision-making, incorporating RUSI research on the use of algorithms in policing.
This Occasional Paper examines how the Royal Navy can leverage the potential of its Queen Elizabeth-class aircraft carriers in the context of a strategic environment characterised by persistent competition.
Turning to the military for assistance has become commonplace in the coronavirus pandemic. Governments should be careful how they do this.
Malcolm Chalmers and Will Jessett
The coronavirus pandemic could lead to new judgements on the UK’s spending priorities on defence and security.
The UK government must provide unambiguous political guidance as it undertakes the most significant appraisal of the country’s defence posture since the start of this century.
Adam Leong Kok Wey
Malaysia’s response to the latest South China Sea standoff shows a small state practising astute grand strategy.
Proportionality is at the heart of successful grand strategies.
The Arctic is increasingly linked to North Atlantic security issues.
Peggy Hollinger, International Business Editor at the Financial Times discusses a new RUSI paper authored by Trevor Taylor and John Louth.
The paper suggests that the UK needs a speedier defence...
Dr Jack Watling, Research Fellow at RUSI, discusses what the new agenda might be for the new Defence Secretary, Penny Mordaunt.
Lecture by General Sir Nicholas Houghton, Chief of the Defence Staff, UK Ministry of Defence will deliver his annual speech to RUSI.
This event will bring together leading Chinese scholars and veteran British practitioners to consider the future of the UK and China's ballistic missile submarine forces and implications for...