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Cathy Haenlein is Director of the Organised Crime and Policing research group and Senior Research Fellow at RUSI, with expertise in... read more
Tina Wilchen Christensen
A report of the Lessons Learned from P/CVE Youth Mentorship conference hosted by RUSI in the Horn of Africa in Nairobi, Kenya.
A review of ‘What Remains’ at the Imperial War Museum.
Amal El Ouassif
The global migration problem cannot be wished away; it has to be managed. Morocco provides an example of how responsibility for migration management can be handled by African states.
The lessons learned from disrupting Daesh financing must be applied to the unchecked funding of Al-Shabaab, the jihadist fundamentalist group based in East Africa.
France appears to be relying on force to patch up problems in Africa, and particularly in Libya. None of this is compatible with President Macron’s lofty foreign policy declarations.
A wave of protests sweeping the country may, unlike previous crises, be quite significant.
Light and dark in the work of First World War poet Wilfred Owen.
The US drone base in Niger has repercussions for the Sahel Sahara’s fragile security.
Francis H Skrine
This 1915 article is highly critical of the support German universities provided to the country’s war effort.
As part of RUSI’s Conflict, War and Culture programme, Hallé musicians will perform a programme of musical pieces derived from, and around, the First World War and featuring the music of some of the...