Drawing on original research, Whitehall Reports provide detailed, policy-focused assessments of various issues and challenges faced by security professionals in conflict and post-conflict environments, the defence industry and policy-making bodies.
Small Nuclear Forces: Five Perspectives
In an era of smaller weapons stockpiles, what are the policy drivers for the medium-sized nuclear-weapon states - and how might they determine future disarmament?
1 Dec 2011
By Paula Thornhill, Richard Cobbold, Bill Rollo, Asher Susser, Jeffrey Herbst and Michael Finley
The Tswalu Dialogue was established in 2002 as a premier African forum to discuss issues of concern to continental development and security. This year's event considered the means required to reinforce the success of those African states which have successfully pursued reforms and identifies the lessons from their recovery. It also considered strategies for successful reform.
12 Feb 2007
Communications Inter-Operability in a Crisis
By Sandra Bell and Rebecca Cox
Inquiries into most large scale emergencies and disasters highlight communication difficulties between emergency services. However, there has been little written on the positive forces (or drivers) for communication between the services.
4 Jan 2007
African Security, Commodities and Development
Experts examine the relationship between African security, commodities and development. They investigate the facts behind both academic and popular misconceptions about Africa’s commodities.
16 Aug 2006
Coalition Command in Contemporary Operations
As coalition operations again become commonplace in military affairs, this Whitehall Report examines the challenges of coalition command in contemporary operations.
22 May 2008
The African Military in the 21st Century
Report of the 2007 Tswalu Dialogue. The report focusses on the likely roles, shape and structure of the African military of the Twenty-first century.
31 Oct 2007