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Raffaello Pantucci's research focuses on terrorism and counter-terrorism as well as China's relations with its Western neighbours... read more
Good or bad, the so-called golden age of UK–China relations should be seen for what it was: a geopolitical wager.
This article proposes that ‘professional irregular’ forces would provide the Baltics with the best defence against Russian aggression.
The UK government’s attempt to shield its troops from vexatious litigation is laudable. The methods proposed are less so.
The UK is a leading contributor to UN peacekeeping operations. It should continue to be so, while promoting a wider reform agenda of the organisation.
Germany’s decision to ban Hizbullah does not signify the start of a regional shift, but generates wider foreign policy repercussions.
Sir Bernard Jenkin
If the UK ever did enjoy a ‘golden age’ with China, it is emphatically over now. The escalating anxiety about Western dependency on Huawei was in some ways but a harbinger of the present crisis.
Christopher Elliott reviews Bolts from the Blue: From Cold War Warrior to Chief of the Air Staff, by Richard Johns.
Stephen F Szabo
Stephen F Szabo reviews Berlin Rules: Europe and the German Way, by Paul Lever.
Christian Nünlist reviews NATO’s Return to Europe: Engaging Ukraine, Russia, and Beyond, edited by Rebecca R Moore and Damon Coletta.
Alan Rusbridger, Editor-in-Chief of The Guardian, will outline the processes that the paper went through leading up to its decision to publish some of the documents leaked by Edward Snowden. In his...
Lecture by General Sir Nicholas Houghton GCB CBE ADC Gen, Chief of the Defence Staff, UK Ministry of Defence. The Chief of the Defence Staff Lecture is held annually at RUSI, covering key topical...