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Conrad Prince and James Sullivan
The UK’s new approach to Huawei is more about the impact of US sanctions on supply rather than a fundamental rethink of technical security.
Legislation governing the wildlife trade in China has changed as a result of the current pandemic. Still, a great deal remains to be done.
An uneasy truce has developed between India and China. Beijing stunned New Delhi by commencing withdrawal on 6 July from areas it had seized two months earlier.
Walter C Ladwig
What explains the occurrence of multiple confrontations between Indian and Chinese forces at disparate points along their disputed border?
The Australian-led initiative to establish an international inquiry into the coronavirus pandemic was a notable diplomatic achievement, and perhaps a harbinger of things to come.
Andrew G Ross
Irrespective of the economic outcomes, the Belt and Road Initiative has created a new core–periphery relationship in China’s favour.
Ryan D Martinson
China has shown an interest in extending its reach to the Atlantic Ocean.
Emma De Angelis with Kristina Spohr
The Journal’s Editor, Emma De Angelis, interviews Kristina Spohr, author of Post Wall, Post Square: Rebuilding the World After 1989, on how the current era was forged after the Cold War.
Andrew Otchie reviews Can’t Hurt Me: Master Your Mind and Defy the Odds, by David Goggins.
In partnership with the Japan Institute for International Affairs (JIIA) and the Centre for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), RUSI is delighted to host a half day event on the security...
This event will examine the role of Chinese Private Security Corporations and the impact that they have on security in fragile states.
A lecture by Dr David Kilcullen, Chairman, Caerus Associates