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24 Special Occasional Papers

Defence Innovation and the UK: Responding to the Risks Identified by the US Third Offset Strategy


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Courtesy of US Navy/Wikimedia.

Below the Surface: How Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated Fishing Threatens our Security


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Courtesy of Kwabena Akumoah-Boateng/US Navy/Wikimedia

Corporate Raiding in Russia: Tackling the Legal, Semi-Legal and Illegal Practices that Constitute Reiderstvo Tactics


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Transatlantic (Mis)alignment: Challenges to US-EU Sanctions Design and Implementation


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The Future of Air C2 and AEW: E-3 Sentry, Threat Technologies and Future Replacement Options


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The Consequences of Brexit for European Defence and Security


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In Pursuit of Big Data: An Analysis of International Funds Transfer Reporting


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Virtual Currencies and Financial Crime: Challenges and Opportunities


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On Tap Europe: Organised Crime and Illicit Trade in Greece: Country Report


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Piraeus port in Athens, Greece. The scale of operations at the port makes monitoring the content of incoming containers a challenge, especially given the lack of necessary scanning equipment. Courtesy of Jeffrey/CC 2.0.

On Tap Europe: Organised Crime and Illicit Trade in Spain: Country Report


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Banner image: Algeciras port is one of Europe’s busiest container docks: in 2015 nearly 3 million containers passed through the port. A single container concealing illicit goods can hold 10 million cigarettes, the equivalent of 50,000 cartons. Courtesy of

Lone-Actor and Small Cell Terrorist Attacks: A New Front in Counter-Terrorist Finance?


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The Cartography of Compliance


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Cartography of Compliance

Implementing the Iran Nuclear Deal: Balancing Proliferation Finance Risk and Economic Opportunity


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The foreign ministers from Iran and the countries of the P5+1, as well as the High Representative of the EU for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, after agreeing the Iran Nuclear deal, 14 July 2015. Courtesy of Dragan Tatic/Wikimedia.

The Art of the Covenant: The Armed Forces Covenant and the Role of the Commercial Sector


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A Veteran's badge being worn on a lapel. Courtesy of Allan House/Crown Copyright.

Building Trust and Taking Risks in the Global Effort to Tackle Financial Crime


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FATF meeting with officials in Russia. Courtesy of the Kremlin.

An EU Terrorist Finance Tracking System


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US Embassy Economic Officer Michael Dodman, left, shakes hands with European Commissioner for Home Affairs Cecilia Malmstrom after signing the EU–US TFTP Agreement in 2010. Courtesy of Matthew Busch/AP/Press Association Images.

Public–Private Security Cooperation: From Cyber to Financial Crime


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Cooperation is key in public–private partnerships.

On Tap Europe: Organised Crime and Illicit Trade in Poland: Country Report


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Street market in Poland.

Making Information Flow: Instruments and Innovations for Enhancing Financial Intelligence


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London's skyline

Understanding Iran's Role in the Syrian Conflict


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President Hassan Rouhani. Image courtesy of www.kremlin.ru.

Cyber Threats and Nuclear Weapons: New Questions for Command and Control, Security and Strategy


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The IBM Roadrunner, the world's third fastest supercomputer, operated by the US National Nuclear Security Administration. Image courtesy of Wikimedia.

Future Nuclear Threats to the UK


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Supply-Chain Resilience: UK Country Report for CRISMART/MSB


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Supply-Chain Resilience

Challenges to Information Sharing: Perceptions and Realities


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These are 24 project to be release during the course of the next 2 years

People

Keatinge

Director, Centre for Financial Crime and Security Studies, RUSI

Jeffray

Research Fellow

Bronk

Research Fellow, Airpower and Technology

Dall

Research Fellow, Proliferation and Nuclear Policy

Bassiri Tabrizi

Research Fellow

Lain

Research Fellow

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