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The UK’s intelligence agencies have been criticised for not reflecting the ‘makeup of modern Britain’. But significant improvements have been made.
Trevor Taylor and Rebecca Lucas
The initiative is clearly inspired by the US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, but the devil will be in the detail.
This Occasional Paper analyses the role of media reporting on the impact of terrorism and offers recommendations to both the police and the media on how to improve their relationship and how they communicate and report on terrorism.
As fraud in the UK continues to grow, the government must do more to counter this invisible threat.
The UK’s application to join a free trade arrangement based around the Pacific Rim may result in a fundamental reorientation of the country’s global posture.
The G7 summit this year is a key opportunity to reassert the importance of Western unity in international affairs. Here is an outline of how this could be done.
Andrew Futter and Bleddyn E Bowen
A cocktail of major events might have serious implications for the UK's nuclear deterrent.
The UK has lost its global leadership of the fight against illicit finance. The Johnson government must get the UK back on track.
This article proposes that ‘professional irregular’ forces would provide the Baltics with the best defence against Russian aggression.
With the support of the UK Project On Nuclear Issues, RUSI is pleased to host a discussion with Professor Matthew Jones, Head of the Department of International History, London School of Economics.
Over the past few years, Europe has seen an increase in the use of ‘hybrid tactics’ by regional competitors who undertake military and non-military activities with the aim of destabilising,...
A discussion with David Green CB QC, Director of the Serious Fraud Office (SFO), hosted by RUSI's Centre for Financial Crime and Security Studies.