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In the third paper in RUSI's series on Russia and China in Europe, John Kampfner examines their interference and influence in Germany.
Germany’s next leader will need to restate not only the country’s future security stance, but also help articulate the Alliance’s adaptation to new strategic realities.
The board members for the Duke of Wellington Medal for Military History have decided to award this year’s medal to Dr Jonathan Fennell for his book ‘Fighting the People’s War’.
Germany’s decision to ban Hizbullah does not signify the start of a regional shift, but generates wider foreign policy repercussions.
Europe’s biggest trading country needs to lend its weight to Europe’s efforts to rethink relations with China.
Germany’s Social Democrats are questioning the country’s place in NATO’s nuclear arrangements.
Emma De Angelis with Kristina Spohr
The Journal’s Editor, Emma De Angelis, interviews Kristina Spohr, author of Post Wall, Post Square: Rebuilding the World After 1989, on how the current era was forged after the Cold War.
Curated by Luba Elliott
Machines in creation?
Alan J Guy reviews ‘These Meritorious Objects of the Royal Bounty’: The Chelsea Out-Pensioners in the Early Eighteenth Century, by Andrew Edward Cormack.
This event will explore the impact of the upcoming European elections on the UK, and what the results might mean for British politics following the invocation of Article 50.
A lecture by Rob Thompson, military historian, commemorating the life of Field Marshal Earl Haig of Bemersyde and the forces he commanded.
RUSI will host its annual ceremony recognising the best book that makes a notable and original contribution to the study of international or national security, or the military professions