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The uncertainty of contemporary conflicts encourages game developers to turn to past and future wars.
Jack Watling and Daniel Roper
This Occasional Paper outlines strategies for integrating European allies with the US Army's Multi-Domain Operations operating concept.
Aniseh Bassiri Tabrizi, Amanda Brydon and Ewan Lawson
This Whitehall Report details the research conducted by RUSI and Save the Children on how to improve the UK's Protection of Civilians strategy following its review.
NATO’s Trident Juncture 2018 military exercise has served to solidify ties between member states, but the Alliance remains vulnerable in the eventuality of a military confrontation from Russia.
The end of war commemorations in the UK and other western countries has little bearing on the feelings and historic memories of the Central and Eastern European states
The First World War resulted in the creation of a number of independent states in the eastern part of the European continent. Yet it is Poland that celebrates its national day precisely on 11 November.
S P MacKenzie
Submariners were carefully selected for tasks based on their ability to perceive their surroundings.
Brian Holden Reid
Brian Holden Reid reviews Military Historian: My Part in the Birth and Development of War Studies, 1966–2016, by Brian Bond.
Joel Rogers de Waal
A new survey of the British public shows both profound reverence and some striking ignorance towards Britain’s involvement in the Second World War.
The Royal United Services Institute is delighted to host this timely exhibition, held in partnership with the Guards Museum, to mark the bicentenary of the Battle of Waterloo.
Honing in on the British military experience, distinguished historians including Gary Sheffield, Gill Bennett and Peter Gray will discuss the development of Britain’s armed forces between the two...