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Vladimir Putin is flexing his muscles and testing Western resolve.
As the situation deteriorates at the frontline, there is always the danger of a serious eruption in hostilities and escalation. But it is more likely that each side is trying to provoke the other into committing further ceasefire violations.
James Sullivan and James Muir
This Emerging Insights paper analyses the ransomware threat and outlines policy options for organisations, policymakers, law enforcement and national-level cyber security agencies.
As President-elect Joe Biden commits to tackling illicit finance, Boris Johnson’s lack of leadership on the matter risks being embarrassingly revealed.
Mutual concerns around China’s assertiveness, as well as economic and diaspora ties, will sustain the positive trajectory of the US–India relationship.
Ann M Fitz-Gerald
The northern region of Tigray is challenging Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed’s reform agenda. The prospects for peace are dim.
Don McLain Gill and Jovito Jose P Katigbak
Despite behaviour that often violates international norms, Pakistan has managed to maintain positive relationships with major Western powers.
Proportionality is at the heart of successful grand strategies.
Dheeraj P C and Trivun Sharma
The coronavirus outbreak has caused a severe crisis in the EU. More than the early warning systems, it is the political and economic disunity within the Union that requires urgent attention.
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.
The launch of a RUSI Occasional Paper exploring financial dimensions of wildlife crime, and the need to disrupt the financial networks of those engaged in this crime.
One year on from the failed coup attempt of 15 July, RUSI and TRT World Research Centre are hosting a joint panel event to examine Turkey’s evolving security structures.