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A Cabinet reshuffle in Russia raises questions about the country’s future trajectory.
The incoming US administration will have to articulate a new policy towards Russia. This will benefit the entire transatlantic community.
Maren Garberg Bredesen and Karsten Friis
Russia's strategy is increasingly focusing on its naval capabilities.
The recent escalation of the conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan has once again shown that a frozen conflict can reach its melting point rapidly.
This article proposes that ‘professional irregular’ forces would provide the Baltics with the best defence against Russian aggression.
Russia’s September regional elections were a litmus test of United Russia’s support. While most seats were secure, it seems likely the party is headed for a ‘rebrand’, ahead of the State Duma elections in 2021.
Dmitry (Dima) Adamsky
Dmitry (Dima) Adamsky reviews Dealing with the Russians, by Andrew Monaghan.
Peggy Hollinger, International Business Editor at the Financial Times discusses a new RUSI paper authored by Trevor Taylor and John Louth.
The paper suggests that the UK needs a speedier defence...
Professor Michael Clarke, Director General of RUSI, gives his immediate assessment of the launch of the UK's SDSR, published alongside the National Security Strategy.
A major research project into military covenants and how signatories put their commitments into practice has today been announced by Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) and Nationwide Building...
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
Professor Stanley R. Sloan will discuss his latest book, Transatlantic traumas: Has illiberalism brought the West to the brink of collapse?, which examines the external threats and internal...
This RUSI Under 35 Forum event explored the geopolitics of cyber attacks, with speakers including Taavi Rõivas, former Prime Minister of Estonia