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Well-written and brimming with confidence, the recently released Integrated Review of Security, Defence, Development and Foreign Policy is short on detail about its implementation.
Georgia Holmer reviews Avoiding the Terrorist Trap: Why Respect for Human Rights is the Key to Defeating Terrorism, by Tom Parker.
India's National Security Council has become an increasingly important body in the country's defence and security policies.
As US President Joe Biden assumes office, many governments in the Middle East are looking to Washington to see what the change in the White House will mean for them.
The US Navy needs to demonstrate that its mammoth investment in large surface combatants has a manifest purpose.
The European Commission’s proposed plan to take down online terrorist content within an hour of publication seems limited in its effectiveness and risks ignoring other aspects of extremist activities online.
This article proposes that ‘professional irregular’ forces would provide the Baltics with the best defence against Russian aggression.
A Cold War-era document provides a useful guide for a published framework for engaging Russia today.
Ben Freeman and Tarun Krishnakumar
As it seeks to develop a transparency-based registration framework to counter foreign influence activities, the UK can learn from the rich experience of the US and the Foreign Agents Registration Act.
Martine Zeuthen, Team Leader for RUSI's STRIVE project explains what violent extremism is and the role of development in countering violent extremism.
Professor Tahir Abbas gives an initial assessment of the attack in the French city of Nice where 80 people are reported to have been killed.
In this video RUSI's Defence, Industries and Society programme explores the increasingly significant role of the commercial sector in modern British defence capabilities. RUSI talks to a number of...
RUSI is pleased to host the fourth RUSI-Ditchley Foundation roundtable, part of a series of events designed to bring the discussions at Ditchley conferences to a wider audience.
A lecture by David Anderson QC, the former Independent Reviewer of UK Terrorism Legislation.
The Australian Attorney-General Senator the Hon George Brandis QC discussed the Jihadi threat in Southeast Asia and the steps needed to keep the country safe.