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Beatrice Heuser holds the Chair in International Relations at the University of Glasgow. She has degrees from the Universities of... read more
As a new national security adviser is appointed by Prime Minister Boris Johnson, the UK’s first NSA reflects on the duties and burdens of the job.
Ben Wan Beng Ho
A new long-range land-attack capability could be valuable for the Royal Navy.
John Andreas Olsen
NATO must be nimble as it responds to new challenges, both inside and outside the Alliance.
In Brexit negotiations, even the response to financial crime is an area of dispute.
The coronavirus pandemic has put many of the central sources of the UK’s soft power on pause. These must be protected, and new opportunities should be seized, for the UK to remain a global leader in soft power.
The UK is a leading contributor to UN peacekeeping operations. It should continue to be so, while promoting a wider reform agenda of the organisation.
The antimalarial poses dangers for the military performance of the UK armed forces.
Trevor Taylor and Rebecca Lucas
Cyber concerns and foreign direct investments have dragged reluctant UK and US defence authorities further into supply chain management.
Bitter exchanges between Russia and Poland over the Second World War highlight the impact of historical memory on real-world security concerns.
In a paper to be launched on 20 February Charles Parton will argue that in-depth research and debate on Chinese Communist Party (CCP) interference in the UK are long overdue.
A lecture by John Hussey OBE MA commemorating the life of Field Marshal Earl Haig of Bemersyde and the forces he commanded
Our next Under 35's Forum event will be a round table briefing followed by discussion led by RUSI's Russia and Eurasia Research Fellow, Emily Ferris