MWI Staff Previous winners have discussed the challenge of integrating civilian and military efforts in stabilisation operations, an assessment of the methodology of modern insurgents and redefining warfare. Awards are made on the basis of originality, logical argument, sound analysis, style, clarity and conciseness. Deadline for the Essay Prize is 27 November The competition is open to authors of any nationality and entries are particularly welcome from — but not exclusive to — members of the Armed Forces. Your email address will not be published.
Royal United Services Institute’s Annual Trench Gascoigne Essay
About me | Dr William D. James
Published daily by the Lowy Institute. He has written extensively on defence and security matters, and was awarded the US Exceptional Public Service medal for force structure planning work. He is the author of the book Grand Strategy. Articles by Peter Layton Peter Layton 19 Jun Belt and Road means big data and facial recognition, too. China is exporting the same social control technology it employs to monitor its own population.
The British Response to International Terrorism
Dear friends, As the battle for Mosul rages on, RUSI has offered analysis on the military campaign , prospects for stability once ISIL has been ejected , and what this might mean for the region and beyond. Several RUSI colleagues are currently in Erbil undertaking research on the potential for violent extremism among Iraqi internally displaced persons. Next week the US presidential election will take place, and the next US president will face a range of security challenges, not just in Iraq and Syria, but globally as well with a resurgent Russia and China.
From to , he was a member of the Intelligence and Security Committee of Parliament, becoming a Privy Councillor in March Julian is the author of two books and many articles on military and defence matters. For 6 years in the s he was a Deputy Director of the Conservative Research Department and, throughout the s, he campaigned in favour of the renewal of the UK's strategic nuclear deterrent and in support of the deployment of NATO cruise missiles which led to the Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces Treaty and the withdrawal of the Soviet SSs. He was awarded his doctorate in and a book based on his research, 'Changing Direction: British Military Planning for Post-war Strategic Defence —47' , was published in