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Dr. Walter C. Ladwig III is a Senior Lecturer in International Relations in the Department of War Studies at King’s College London. His... read more
Plans by Joe Biden’s incoming US presidential team to use one European regional cooperation structure as a counterpoint to China’s growing influence are unlikely to prove very effective.
Mutual concerns around China’s assertiveness, as well as economic and diaspora ties, will sustain the positive trajectory of the US–India relationship.
David Crouch reviews Toxic: A History of Nerve Agents, From Nazi Germany to Putin’s Russia, by Dan Kaszeta.
Throughout a year defined by the global pandemic, racial inequality movements and political polarisation, the US has been in the spotlight as the epicentre of social upheaval and amplification of far-right extremism.
While there is talk of a broader ‘Indo-Pacific’, encompassing the Indian Ocean as well as the Pacific, this is not yet reflected in the geopolitics of trade.
Aniseh Bassiri Tabrizi, Antonio Giustozzi, Michael Stephens, H A Hellyer and Tobias Borck
Our analysts and associate fellows look at what awaits the Biden presidency in the region.
Bilateral cooperation between the US and India has expanded in key areas, but the relationship increasingly rests on unstable foundations.
Artificial intelligence on the battlefield challenges key assumptions which underpin military planning.
Duncan Depledge, Caroline Kennedy-Pipe and Ali Bilgic
Turkey is rapidly expanding its interests and activities in the Arctic and Antarctica as it seeks to become a polar power.
Highlighted remarks from Ambassador Robert Joseph Senior Scholar, National Institute for Public Policy and former Under Secretary of State for Arms Control and International Security and Special...
Michael Stephens, Deputy Director, RUSI Qatar, outlines the latest developments in Iran's Nuclear Talks with the International Community and the prospects for success.
RUSI Research Fellow Andrea Berger argues North Korea's recently belligerent statements against the United States will not necessarily lead to war.
This conference examined European indecision toward Chinese behaviours and identified potential triggers for European defence and security activity in the Asia–Pacific region.
A lecture by Jane Marriott OBE, Director of the Joint International Counter-Terrorism Unit, Home Office / FCO.
This Whitehall Paper launch event examined the new challenges for NATO security in the North Atlantic.