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This Occasional Paper examines national cyber security strategies from around the world and identifies six recurring policy challenges to be considered when building a national cyber strategy.
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.
Highly autonomous weapon systems require new approaches to all stages of procurement and use to ensure compliance with international law.
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.
Tim Morrison and Rebeccah Heinrichs
France should work with, rather than against, NATO
Kakhaber Kemoklidze and Natia Seskuria
August 2020 marks the 12-year anniversary of the Russo-Georgian War, but Moscow continues to violate Georgia’s internationally recognised borders.
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.
Dr John Louth, Deputy Director of the Defence, Industries and Societies Programme assesses the failure of the merger between two of Europe's leading defence companies.
Professor Michael Clarke, Director General of the Royal United Services Institute, gives his views on the two of most significant transitions within the international system; Europe and the Middle...
Professor Trevor Taylor, head of RUSI's Defence, Industries and Societies Programme gives an analysts' perspective of the Farnborough International Airshow and the technology show cased there.
This conference will examine challenges in the information environment, the role of communications in hybrid warfare, and capability development and management.
Following the NATO Warsaw Summit, UK PONI has brought together a panel of US and UK experts to review the outcomes and the way forward for the Alliance’s complicated nuclear relationship with Moscow.
Sir Adam Thomson KCMG, the Permanent Representative to NATO of the United Kingdom, briefed a RUSI audience on the recent NATO Summit in Warsaw and the year ahead for the Alliance.