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The attempt to kill Russia’s most resourceful opposition leader tells us a great deal about both President Vladimir Putin’s fears and weaknesses.
Alexandra St John Murphy and Benno Zogg
Unprecedented protests leave Belarus irrevocably changed and civil society awakened. While events are not geopolitical in origin, this domestic upheaval will have long-term international implications.
Veerle Nouwens and Emily Ferris
The fourth paper in RUSI's series on Russia and China in Europe analyses their strategies and influence in Serbia.
Western governments cannot afford to ignore the events in Belarus. But they must tread carefully in their reactions.
Andrew Monaghan reviews The Russian Understanding of War: Blurring the Lines Between War and Peace, by Oscar Jonsson.
Rod Thornton and Marina Miron
Russia is expecting artificial intelligence to have strategic consequences in cyberspace.
Bitter exchanges between Russia and Poland over the Second World War highlight the impact of historical memory on real-world security concerns.
This RUSI Under 35 Forum event explored the geopolitics of cyber attacks, with speakers including Taavi Rõivas, former Prime Minister of Estonia
The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Bulgaria, H.E. Mr Daniel Mitov, will give a speech on the challenges facing the south-eastern flank of NATO and the EU.
Justin Lifflander, former weapons inspector during the Cold War, will share his experience working in the former Soviet Union and provide his perspective on current Russia-U.S. relations.