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Ewan Lawson was previously a Royal Air Force officer, initially as a policing and security specialist but in more recent... read more
The Russians appear to be expressing dissatisfaction with the Syrian president. But these are mere rumblings; the Syrian government is consolidating, and Russia is there to stay.
Alexander Nikitin and Fletch Williams
Russian and UK-based specialists look at how a thriving but often troubling business sector could be better regulated.
The pandemic preoccupies Europe. But the continent should not lose sight of potential new crises in the Middle East.
The Syrian conflict shows that there are ever-more reasons for states choosing to use proxies.
The Islamic State's media arm used deception infrequently.
Nick Reynolds and Jack Watling
Massed Turkish drone and artillery strikes against Syrian tanks and armoured vehicles have major implications for the viability of traditional armoured manoeuvre warfare on the modern battlefield
Professor Michael Clarke, Director General of RUSI, examines the strategy to defeat the threat from extremists in Iraq and Syria.
Professor Michael Clarke, Director General RUSI, assesses the significance of the United States entering into negotiations with the Taliban.
A lecture by Lieutenant General Jameel Kamil Al Shimary, President of Iraq’s Defence University for Military Studies.
In association with the Iraq Britain Business Council, RUSI will host a panel discussion on the future of Iraq, its economic and political stability.
This panel event, in partnership with the Iraq Britain Business Council (IBBC) assessed the Iraqi election result, the early indications of any political realignment and possible impacts on the...