RUSI Journal Most Read Articles
Published six times a year, the RUSI Journal is the Institute’s flagship publication and a leading forum for the exchange of ideas on national and international defence and security issues. First published in 1857, the RUSI Journal is the oldest publication of its kind in the world and considered by practitioners and scholars alike to be essential reading for anyone seeking to understand war and conflict, British and international defence and security policies, and military history.
With ten to twelve timely and policy-relevant articles on contemporary defence and security matters, scholarly studies on military history and a substantial book reviews section, the RUSI Journal consistently brings the most innovative and challenging perspectives to bear on past, present and future issues in the field.
To give an insight into recent influential research published in the journal we have brought together the most read articles from 2018 and made them free until 31/12/2019. Scroll down to get started, but free access is only available when accessing the articles from this page.
The RUSI Journal - Most Read Articles
|Escalation and Nuclear Weapons in Russia’s Military Strategy||Katarzyna Zysk||163||2|
|Women in Ground Close Combat||Fitriani, Randolf G S Cooper & Ron Matthews||161||1|
|The Changing Nature of Modern Warfare Responding to Russian Information Warfare||Rod Thornton||160||4|
|The Use of Force in UN Peacekeeping Operations Problems and Prospects||Mats Berdal & David H Ucko||160||1|
|Pathways to Violent Extremism in the Digital Era||Charlie Edwards & Luke Gribbon||158||5|
|Climate Change New Dimensions of Environmental Security||Simon Dalby||158||3|
|Proxy Warfare and the Future of Conflict||Andrew Mumford||158||2|
|Transnational Organised Crime and International Security A Primer||James Bergeron||158||2|
|Counter-Terrorism in Nigeria Responding to Boko Haram||Hussein Solomon||157||4|
|Cyber-Weapons||Thomas Rid & Peter McBurney||157||1|
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