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Elisabeth Braw directs RUSI's Modern Deterrence project, which focuses on how governments, business and civil society can work... read more
Space is the ideal proving ground for the UK's Fusion Doctrine.
Elisabeth Braw and Gary Brown
Targeting individuals rather than states might be a better way of deterring cyber attacks.
Lev Topor reviews Bytes, Bombs and Spies: The Strategic Dimensions of Offensive Cyber Operations, edited by Herbert Lin and Amy Zegart.
NATO’s Parliamentary Assembly is an asset which deserves greater attention
European states are modernising their reserve forces to counter emerging threats and companies will play a key role in this civil-military effort.
The British government is expected to approve a restricted role for Huawei in Britain’s 5G network. We look at the arguments for that decision.
The military application of AI presents multiple challenges for the relationship between defence, industry and technology companies.
The development of autonomous weapon systems needs to take into account compliance with international humanitarian law.
AI will change decision-making in defence in multiple ways.
This conference will seek to re-examine what the optimal survivability mix might look like in the late 2020s, 2030s, in light of current trends of both combat air systems design and emerging...
An executive briefing by Madeleine Moon MP, member of the UK Parliament Defence Committee and the newly elected President of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly.
A briefing by Dirk Hoke, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Airbus Defence and Space.