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A ruling by the International Court of Justice is good for the global fight against corruption, and bad news for those seeking refuge under claims of diplomatic immunity.
The mandate of the UN operation in Mali to which the UK is currently contributing is suffering from handicaps which have been known for many years, but have yet to be addressed.
This Emerging Insights paper provides a snapshot of issues and dynamics shaping the prevention and countering of violent extremism in Kenya.
Although security operations are likely to continue as before, the coup should force the international community to ask hard and probing questions about the approach taken in trying to secure the Sahel.
A murky story linking the Balkans to the Caucasus comes to light. Or does it?
Andrew E Yaw Tchie
A parliamentary report documents the lack of strategic foresight in the UK’s approach to Africa.
Edward Mortimer reviews Democracy in Crisis: Why, Where, How to Respond, by Roland Rich.
Mary Hope Schwoebel
Mary Hope Schwoebel reviews Development Assistance for Peacebuilding, edited by Rachel M Gisselquist.
Andrew Rathmell reviews Measuring Peace: Principles, Practices, and Politics, by Richard Caplan.
RUSI is hosting a panel discussion followed by the book launch of Contemporary Turkey in Conflict, written by Professor Tahir Abbas.
RUSI is pleased to host the fifth RUSI-Ditchley Foundation roundtable, part of a series of events designed to bring the discussions at Ditchley conferences to a wider audience.
Bill Gates, Co-Chair of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation led a discussion at RUSI on aid, development and broader British national interests.