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By Paola Fratantoni (MStrat Alumni)
The Fox Magazine - published 9th December 2018
Deradicalisation and Disengagement in Somalia: Evidence from a rehabilitation programme for former members of Al-Shabaab
James Khalil, Rory Brown, Chris Chant, Peter Olowo and Nick Wood (MStrat Alumni)
Whitehall Reports, 4 January 2019
Reaction to the Publication of the Modernising Defence Programme – Dr David Blagden, Strategy and Security Institute, University of Exeter
The Ministry of Defence has finally published an outcomes report from its long-awaited Modernising Defence Programme (MDP).
Dr David Blagden has published an article in Foreign Policy Analysis on the tensions between social role-performance and national defence in UK strategy: Two visions of Greatness: Roleplay and Realpolitik in UK Strategic Posture.
Date: 28th November 2018, 18:00 - 20:30 hrs
Venue: XFI Building, Henderson Lecture Theatre, Streatham Campus
Friends of Europe today announced the arrival of outgoing NATO deputy assistant secretary general for emerging security challenges Jamie Shea as a senior fellow, working on the Peace, Security & Defence Programme.
The Exeter Centre for International Law is pleased to announce the publication of ECIL Working Paper 2018/6
"Enemy Controlled Battlespace": The Contemporary Meaning and Purpose of Additional Protocol I's Article 44(3) Exception
NATO senior official and international relations and security expert Professor Jamie Shea has joined the staff of the University of Exeter’s Strategy and Security Institute (SSI).
Improvise, adapt and fail to overcome? Capacity building, culture and exogenous change in Sierra Leone - Dr Alex Neads
Military capacity building (MCB) is as problematic as it is ubiquitous, with the British experience in Sierra Leone providing a rare example of ostensible success.
The Strategy and Security Institute (SSI) have entered into a new relationship with the Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS), one of Brazil’s foremost academic institutions
Professor Mike Schmitt receives prestigious award
Improvements to the way that Army Reserve Forces are trained and supported are needed if recruitment targets are to be met.
The issues behind unforeseen events like the disorder in the Ukraine to the revolutions of the Arab Spring which caught intelligence organisations off guard, is the subject of a fascinating lecture at the University of Exeter.
Experts from the University of Exeter will appear before the Defence Select Committee on Tuesday, November 24th to give specialist comment on the new Strategic Defence and Security Review (SDSR).