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Cathy Haenlein is Director of the Organised Crime and Policing research... read more
RUSI will undertake a year-long research and training programme in Kenya and Tanzania focused on tracking the illicit funds earned from illegal wildlife trade (IWT).
Michaela Crimmin and Jemima Montagu
Artists respond to violent conflict in ways that open new avenues of understanding the nature and consequences of war in contemporary society
Peter Albrecht and Cathy Haenlein
Structural fragmentation hampers AMISOM’s pursuit of its goal of stabilising Somalia
Analysis by Professor Stephen Chan of the School of Oriental and African Studies and Dr Knox Chitiyo, Head of the Africa Programme at RUSI. Does the South Sudan Referendum signal all change in Africa?
Many of South Sudan's child soldiers became combatants after witnessing human rights violations. A post-secession government must realise their aspirations or risk further conflict.
Will Tunisia's Jasmine Revolution be followed in other parts of North Africa and the Middle East, or will the opposition be co-opted into the status quo?
Popular memory may be shaped by poetry, but it is in prose that some of the most compelling and innovative literary work about the First World War is to be found
Two London museums approach the centenary with diverse takes on the visual commemoration and representation of war
Britain's popular understanding of the Great War has been shaped by a restrictive selection of poetry written during and about the conflict