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The UK should make the most of the transformative capabilities of artificial intelligence by drawing on a number of lessons from the US.
Dmitry (Dima) Adamsky
Dmitry (Dima) Adamsky reviews Dealing with the Russians, by Andrew Monaghan.
A murky story linking the Balkans to the Caucasus comes to light. Or does it?
Viewed from the other side of the Atlantic, the coronavirus crisis will have significant geopolitical implications in the near term, becoming possibly even more significant over the next few years.
The coronavirus pandemic has increased our reliance on the digital world and has highlighted five fundamental security challenges.
There are plenty of questions about the purpose and utility of the impending British deployment to Mali. But there are also some answers.
Artificial intelligence on the battlefield challenges key assumptions which underpin military planning.
Duncan Depledge, Caroline Kennedy-Pipe and Ali Bilgic
Turkey is rapidly expanding its interests and activities in the Arctic and Antarctica as it seeks to become a polar power.
The Syrian conflict shows that there are ever-more reasons for states choosing to use proxies.
RUSI analysts look ahead at the issues affecting defence and security in 2015.
On 24 November 2014, the deadline for a nuclear deal with Iran was extended to the end of June 2015 after talks in Vienna failed to reach a comprehensive agreement. Timothy Stafford, a Research...
Highlighted remarks from Ambassador Robert Joseph Senior Scholar, National Institute for Public Policy and former Under Secretary of State for Arms Control and International Security and Special...
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.
In this wide ranging discussion, General Petraeus considered the security challenges facing the next US President.
This year’s lecture will be delivered by Nancy Lindborg, the President of the United States Institute for Peace, on how strategy can be used in conflict resolution and peace making.