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The European Commission’s proposed plan to take down online terrorist content within an hour of publication seems limited in its effectiveness and risks ignoring other aspects of extremist activities online.
NATO needs to review its traditionally cautious approach to the Arctic.
Highly autonomous weapon systems require new approaches to all stages of procurement and use to ensure compliance with international law.
The Alliance’s newest member could provide a bold and meaningful opportunity for NATO to show how serious it is about its 2030 initiative.
The UK government is consulting more widely. But it still needs to grapple with the broader task of transforming information into understanding.
Alex Guittard, Jared Shurin and Lilla Schumicky-Logan
A simple set of suggestions to counter terrorist and violent extremist groups’ recruitment efforts during the pandemic.
If Defence is to appropriately weight cyber operations then there are some dangerous myths about the practicalities of cyber warfare that need to be confronted.
Rod Thornton and Marina Miron
Russia is expecting artificial intelligence to have strategic consequences in cyberspace.
The Arctic is increasingly linked to North Atlantic security issues.
Ahead of the NATO Summit in Wales in September 2014, Professor Luis Simón of the Institute for European Studies, Brussels, discusses his article in the June/July issue of the RUSI Journal.
Elizabeth Quintana, Senior Research Fellow, RUSI, assesses calls made by human rights groups to ban the use of autonomous weapons systems.
Dr Jonathan Eyal, Senior Research Fellow, RUSI, assesses the wisdom and prospects behind Prime Minister's set-piece speech on Europe, promising re-negotiation and an in-out referendum.
This Whitehall Paper launch event examined the new challenges for NATO security in the North Atlantic.
RUSI is pleased to host the fourth RUSI-Ditchley Foundation roundtable, part of a series of events designed to bring the discussions at Ditchley conferences to a wider audience.
This RUSI Under 35 Forum event explored the geopolitics of cyber attacks, with speakers including Taavi Rõivas, former Prime Minister of Estonia