Category Archives: Recorded Zoom Webinars

During the COVID shutdown, these webinars were hosted on Zoom and recorded.

Human Intelligence (HUMINT) Operations in Afghanistan

From the RUSI-VI online Zoom webinar by MWO Neil M. Fletcher (Ret’d), CD recorded on Wednesday, 20 January, 2021. The recent transition of threats from large conventional forces to decentralized non-state actors in counter-insurgency campaigns such as Afghanistan, has increased … Continue reading

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Forbidden Nation: A History of Taiwan

From the RUSI-VI online Zoom webinar by Jonathan Manthorpe recorded on Wednesday, 10 February, 2021. The raw truth is that no Chinese government, neither Communist or Kuomintang has a persuasive legal, or moral claim to sovereignty over Taiwan. During the … Continue reading

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JTF – IMPACT

From the RUSI-VI online Zoom session held Wednesday, 2 December, 2020 1 to 2:30 PM MGen St-Louis provided some UNCLASSIFIED background slides (.PDF 3.5MB) you may want to review before watching the webinar video. MGen St-Louis was commander, JTF–IMPACT from … Continue reading

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OKA – A Political Crisis and Its Legacy

Dr. Harry Swain and LGen (Ret’d) Kent Foster From the RUSI-VI online Zoom session held Wednesday, 14 October, 2020 1 PM to 2:30 PM On July 11, 1990, tensions between whites and Mohawks at Oka, just west of Montreal, took … Continue reading

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