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DEFENCE AND INTERNATIONAL SECURITY THINKING SINCE 1831. RUSI is renowned for its specialist coverage of defence and security issues in the broadest sense.

Founded by the Duke of Wellington, RUSI is a unique institution that embodies nearly two centuries of forward thinking, free discussion and careful reflection on defence and security. http://www.rusi.org/about/ The Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) is an independent think tank engaged in cutting edge defence and security research. A unique institution, founded in 1831 by the Duke of Wellingto

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The Attritional Art of War: Lessons from the Russian War on Ukraine 18/03/2024

If the West is serious about the possibility of a great power conflict, it needs to take a hard look at its capacity to wage a protracted war and to pursue a strategy focused on attrition rather than manoeuvre, writes Alex Vershinin, in the latest RUSI Commentary.

The Attritional Art of War: Lessons from the Russian War on Ukraine If the West is serious about the possibility of a great power conflict, it needs to take a hard look at its capacity to wage a protracted war and to pursue a strategy focused on attrition rather than manoeuvre.

18/03/2024

📺Following the resignation of Prime Minister Ariel Henry amidst rising unrest in Haiti, Dr Carlos Solar, Senior Research Fellow, Latin American Security, outlines the situation and possible future of the country, in the latest RUSI Reflects. Become a RUSI member today to watch the full analysis: https://bit.ly/49XYOF4

15/03/2024

As Russia heads to the polls this weekend, Callum Fraser (RUSI Research Fellow, Russian and Eurasian Security) describes the decisions Putin will need to make following his re-election, in the latest RUSI Video Commentary. Watch the full video here: https://bit.ly/3TFhUKF

The Meaning of Sweden’s NATO Accession 15/03/2024

'Swedish accession means that all Nordic countries are now aligned under the same security umbrella, mutually reinforcing NATO’s capabilities and obligations on its northern and eastern flanks' writes Carla Norrlöf.

The Meaning of Sweden’s NATO Accession After more than 200 years of neutrality with respect to regional and global great-power conflicts, Sweden has now chosen a side with its formal accession to NATO. With major strategic assets to offer the alliance, Sweden's membership represents a fundamental shift in the regional balance of power.

With Friends Like These: Orbán's Balkan Allies 15/03/2024

'The Serb leaders bet on US disengagement and on a divided and hapless EU and NATO – and they see that from Ukraine to Nagorno-Karabakh it is military force, not diplomacy, that changes reality' writes Adnan Ćerimagić in today's RUSI Commentary.

With Friends Like These: Orbán's Balkan Allies EU and NATO leaders should make their red lines known to ensure Bosnia and Herzegovina’s security in the face of Viktor Orbán's backing of Serb secessionism.

15/03/2024

🎙A new episode of Suspicious Transaction Report podcast is out!

This week, our host Tom Keatinge is joined by Xolisile Khanyile, former Head of the South African Financial Intelligence Centre, where they discuss her decades-long career and South Africa's experience of tackling financial crime: https://bit.ly/3wSApCq

China in Sub-Saharan Africa: Sanction-Proof Supply Lines and Dual-Use Ports 14/03/2024

On Chinese influence in sub-Saharan Africa, 'the ultimate goal is to ensure that if the US and other countries cease or begin to strongly limit cooperation, China's supply chain resilience is already in place' writes Benedict Hamlyn in the latest RUSI Commentary.

China in Sub-Saharan Africa: Sanction-Proof Supply Lines and Dual-Use Ports Chinese development financing in sub-Saharan Africa has sought, among other aims, to bolster Beijing’s supply chain resilience and dual port maritime strength. While this may enhance its ability to raise geopolitical tensions or conduct territorial expansion, complications remain around the execut...

14/03/2024

📅Join us on 27 March for a discussion with Tom Burgis on his new book, 'Cuckooland: Where the Rich Own the Truth' , which is an astonishing story of secrets and lies that reveals how fragile the truth can be.

Register to attend here: https://bit.ly/4chgcGE

Power Plays: Developments in Russian Enriched Uranium Trade 14/03/2024

🚨New RUSI report, ‘Power Plays: Developments in Russian Enriched Uranium Trade’ by Darya Dolzikova is out now!

Since Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine, the country has remained an important player in the international nuclear energy industry – including as the primary global supplier of uranium enrichment services.

Our new report explores the West’s reliance on the supply of Russian enriched uranium and identifies ways in which Rosatom may be continuing to access global nuclear fuel supply chains, even as some companies and countries are starting to look for ways to move away from Russian supply. The report demonstrates how Rosatom may be able to take advantage of incongruencies in sanctions or other restrictions to maintain access to Western nuclear fuel supply chains through countries that are still willing to accept Russian material.

The report’s case studies include a review of increases in Chinese and French imports of enriched uranium from Russia, as well as continued Russian enriched uranium imports into Germany and the US. It highlights the limitations of restrictions on Russian enriched uranium trade and offers recommendations for strengthening them. Head over to our website now to read the full report and its findings.

Power Plays: Developments in Russian Enriched Uranium Trade This report examines the trade in Russian enriched uranium.

13/03/2024

🚨📅Join us on 18 April for this year's RUSI Integrated Air and Missile Defence Conference where we will examine how European middle powers can navigate the future air and missile threat environment. Book your place here: https://bit.ly/43fle24

Drugs: An Old Threat Made New 13/03/2024

The seventh piece in RUSI’s 10 years 10 threats series is now out.

Authored by Cathy Haenlein and Harvey Redgrave, the article traces the journey of the threat and response to drugs – an intractable problem that has contributed to a rise in serious violence over the last decade.

The series marks the 10-year anniversary of the National Crime Agency (NCA), providing independent analysis of the top 10 serious and organised crime threats to the UK and how they have evolved over a decade.

Read the article below to learn more!

Drugs: An Old Threat Made New This is the seventh in a series of articles analysing the top 10 serious and organised crime threats to the UK and how they have evolved over a decade. This article traces the journey of the threat and response to drugs – an intractable problem that has contributed to a rise in serious violence ov...

Elephant in the Room: Declining use of Covert Tactics in UK Policing 13/03/2024

With investigating authorities less willing to deploy covert tactics against organised criminals, Rob Le Core reviews the changing landscape.

Elephant in the Room: Declining use of Covert Tactics in UK Policing Investigating authorities seem less willing to deploy covert tactics against organised criminals. Rob Le Core reviews the changing landscape.

12/03/2024

🎙A new episode of Talking Strategy is out!

In the latest episode we explore the career of Marshal of the Royal Air Force Sir Arthur Tedder, who was a hugely influential figure in the Second World War. Learn more about what made him a great strategist on our website: https://bit.ly/3Vfotod

Diplomacy Through Defence: Passing Judgement on UK Defence Engagement 12/03/2024

'Defence Engagement’s focus should firmly be on actors who do not yet support UK interests effectively – either shaping their intent to support the UK, building their capacity to do so, or both' write Si Horne and Ian Gurney in the latest RUSI Commentary.

Diplomacy Through Defence: Passing Judgement on UK Defence Engagement With enthusiasm for Defence Engagement seemingly waning, how can Defence ensure that it is contributing to UK influence around the globe?

No, Russia is Not Winning 11/03/2024

As much as Vladimir Putin wants the world to think he has shielded the Russian economy from blowback, recent financial and economic developments suggest otherwise, write Anastassia Fedyk and Yuriy Gorodnichenko in the latest RUSI Newsbrief.

No, Russia is Not Winning Two years after Russia launched its full-scale war of aggression, Ukraine is still holding the line militarily, and even beginning to recover economically. As much as Vladimir Putin wants the world to think he has shielded the Russian economy from blowback, recent financial and economic developments...

Bankers Must Stand Up in the Fight for Ukraine’s Victory 11/03/2024

'Rather than decrying the risks that an asset seizure might conceivably crystallise, bankers should stand up for Ukraine and commit to doing whatever it takes to ensure that the challenges they foresee do not materialise' writes Tom Keatinge in the latest RUSI Commentary.

Bankers Must Stand Up in the Fight for Ukraine’s Victory The ‘masters of the universe’ seem uncharacteristically timid. It’s past time for that to change.

Online: Cyber Statecraft: Great Cyber Power Competition 11/03/2024

📅Geopolitical disputes over technological development have often reflected a battle between two poles - so how are liberal democracies and adversarial powers competing in cyberspace? Join us on 26 March for a conversation with academics and practitioners about how competition is playing out in cyberspace.

Online: Cyber Statecraft: Great Cyber Power Competition A discussion with academics and practitioners on how liberal democracies and adversarial powers are competing in cyberspace.

Recording: Women in Diplomacy: A Conversation with Jane Marriott 08/03/2024

Marking International Women’s Day, Her Excellency Jane Marriott CMG OBE, British High Commissioner to Pakistan, discussed her varied career in His Majesty’s Diplomatic Service during a RUSI webinar event. Watch the event back here.


Recording: Women in Diplomacy: A Conversation with Jane Marriott Her Excellency Jane Marriott, British High Commissioner to Pakistan, discusses her varied career.

Can AUKUS Survive a Second Trump Administration? 08/03/2024

In today's , explores the possible implications for the AUKUS security pact of a second Trump presidency.

Can AUKUS Survive a Second Trump Administration? Trump’s notoriously transactional attitude, unaccommodating ‘America First’ doctrine and political eccentricity could well torpedo the multi-billion-dollar AUKUS security pact if not for prudent UK-Australian governance, bolder strategic commitments, and pragmatic, forward-thinking relations.

08/03/2024

🚨Our recent report by Paul O’Neill, Sam Cranny-Evans and Dr Sarah Ashbridge looks into the subject of lethal autonomous weapons, the development of these systems, and the likelihood of proliferation within the next 10 to 15 years. Learn more here: https://bit.ly/499730D

Trump-Proofing NATO: 2% Won’t Cut It 07/03/2024

'The strategic conversation on how to ‘Trump-proof’ NATO should focus on the roles and responsibilities European allies need to fulfil to close the Alliance’s emerging deterrence and commitment gaps' writes Lotje Boswinkel in the latest

Trump-Proofing NATO: 2% Won’t Cut It The strategic conversation on how to ‘Trump-proof’ NATO should focus not on a budget target but on the roles and responsibilities European allies need to fulfil to close the Alliance’s emerging deterrence and commitment gaps. When focusing on the ends rather than the means, Europeans may find ...

07/03/2024

📺Check out our report that examines the role which human-machine collaboration and human-machine teaming will have to play in Western efforts to deter great power war and, if deterrence fails, win. Head over to our website now to read it in full: https://bit.ly/4285kpW

07/03/2024



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Generative AI and Wargaming: What is it Good For? 06/03/2024

In the latest RUSI Journal article, Major Patrick Hinton explores how generative AI can support military wargaming. Learn more below.

Generative AI and Wargaming: What is it Good For? A discussion on how generative AI can support military wargaming.

06/03/2024

🎙️ A new episode of Global Security Briefing is out!

With the rise of China and the centrality of the Indo-Pacific to economic and geopolitical affairs, host Neil Melvin, Philip Shetler-Jones (Senior Research Fellow at RUSI) and Andrew Cainey (RUSI Senior Associate Fellow and Founding Director of the UK National Committee on China) look at the challenges faced by governments in Europe and North America: https://bit.ly/3TqWBwh

War Clouds Over the Indian Horizon? 06/03/2024

Where will the next war be? In the latest RUSI Commentary, Samir Tata argues that second China–India War will most likely be fought in Eastern Ladakh in India’s far northwest region sometime between 2025 and 2030.

War Clouds Over the Indian Horizon? While wars elsewhere hold the world’s attention, a new conflict may be on the cards along the Line of Actual Control between India and China in Eastern Ladakh.

Oman, 'Assertive Diplomacy' and the Gaza Crisis 06/03/2024

'If the region goes up in flames Oman will suffer greatly, since its entire foreign policy for decades has been focused on de-escalation' writes James Worrall in the latest RUSI Commentary.

Oman, 'Assertive Diplomacy' and the Gaza Crisis With the Israel–Gaza conflict threatening to escalate tensions across the Middle East, Omani officials are stepping up their rhetoric in favour of peace, capitalising on their country’s reputation as a regional interlocutor.

Cannabis Legalisation: Undermining or Enabling Organised Crime? 05/03/2024

'When legalised, the regulated supply of cannabis enters into competition with the existing illicit market. How can governments improve safety, transparency and ethics along the supply chain?' asks Elijah Glantz.

Cannabis Legalisation: Undermining or Enabling Organised Crime? As Germany joins Canada and a handful of American states in legalising the sale, possession and consumption of recreational cannabis, countering organised crime must be at the heart of legislation.

Submarine ARA San Juan International Search Operation 04/03/2024

In the latest RUSI Journal article, Sebastián Vigliero details the phases and outcome of the search operation coordinated by the Argentine Navy to find ARA San Juan. Learn more below.

Submarine ARA San Juan International Search Operation A detailing of the phases and outcome of the search operation coordinated by the Argentine Navy.

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