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Peter Roberts (Editor)
This Occasional Paper presents a collection of essays about contemporary trends in war and warfare, and how they will shape the actions of belligerents in future conflicts.
The Kremlin sees Russian populations as valuable assets in its foreign policy.
By replacing its controversial ambassador in Belarus, Russia is signalling its readiness to accommodate Belarus’ sensitivities.
The British Army’s experience with outsourcing its recruitment to a commercial firm is not going well.
Ukraine’s current predicament is a reminder of how Western governments have failed to anchor the country in existing security structures
Russia is emulating approaches used by cybercriminals as it blurs the line between state and non-state activities in cyberspace
Sarah Lain reviews The Long Hangover: Putin’s New Russia and the Ghosts of the Past, by Shaun Walker
Brian Holden Reid
Brian Holden Reid reviews Preparing for War: The Emergence of the Modern U.S. Army, 1815–1917, by J P Clark
Joseph Conrad’s reaction to the Armistice in 1918 was tinged with anxiety about the future.