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Peace in Yemen does not mean a reversion to the status quo ante; competing external powers must determine what peace terms they can tolerate.
The US bridles at China’s growing Middle East footprint. But the two are not necessarily doomed to be regional rivals.
Conventional understandings of strength in international politics have been challenged as states responded to the health crisis.
The bloodshed may be over for the moment, but the battle for Gaza’s reconstruction is only just beginning.
David Harrison reviews Sicily ’43: The First Assault on Fortress Europe, by James Holland.
Andrea Ghiselli and Maria Grazia Erika Giuffrida
China is attempting to weaken US power in the region but falling short of establishing its own sphere of influence.
The leading military historian of his generation, Sir Michael Howard’s influence on the development of the discipline of strategic studies is unquestioned. Awarded the military cross for his service...
The board members for the Duke of Wellington Medal for Military History have decided to award this year’s medal to Dr Jonathan Fennell for his book ‘Fighting the People’s War’.
RUSI is marking the 50th anniversary of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) by hosting a compilation of historic documents recording the negotiations during the 1960s.
RUSI is delighted to announce Lieutenant General (Ret’d) Sir John Kiszely KCB MC DL as the first recipient of the Duke of Wellington Medal for Military History.
RUSI experts offered their assessments on the impact of Covid-19 in the Middle East.
His Excellency Adel Al-Jubeir, Saudi Minister of State for Foreign Affairs delivered a briefing at RUSI on the Saudi view on Middle East security.
A panel discussion to commemorate the 75th anniversary of D-Day, the Battle for Normandy.