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The Reader: The UK is powerless to impose sanctions for Novichok killing
John Hemmings and Milia Hau
Britain and Australia face an uncertain strategic landscape. But there is much they can do together, as they deal with the two big powers which appear determined to change the current status quo: China and Russia.
British Police Investigating Man Who Drove Car Into Parliament's Security Barrier
Terrorists in Britain are weaker than in years. But we must not hand them easy victories
In a lengthy conflict with a major rival, the RAF would struggle to sustain operations.
The human experience, rather than technology and tactics, is emphasised in British portrayals of airpower.
Although many bodies exist to assist British veterans, there are a number of outstanding issues that must be addressed
Series edited by Michael Codner
Ahead of the long-overdue 2010 Strategic Defence and Security Review, the RUSI Future Defence Review Working Papers generated a comprehensive vision for Britain's armed forces
Republican dissidents and the continued segregation of communities post a threat to the Northern Irish peace process. Beating these challenges requires a long-term strategy of devolution.
How much has been learnt since 1917, when British military operations in Iraq were last scrutinised by a public inquiry?
Whilst American forces have undergone a period of transformation at the hands of General Petraeus, British military culture remains in search of a doctrine, a security strategy and a clear direction.