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Michael Graydon, Jeremy Blackham and Jonathan Shaw
The British government is about to review its defence procurement process. It will encounter some very familiar problems.
The Chinese Communist Party is facing an increasingly challenging domestic and international environment.
The country’s nuclear projects require more political attention and more parliamentary accountability.
China’s latest defence white paper repeats many concepts already known but does include a number of interesting novelties.
The UK has recently announced a number of new military space initiatives, showing that it is taking this strategic environment seriously. While these are welcome developments, questions persist over the UK’s broader space ambitions.
A recent command transformation announced in the UK may have drawn inspiration from an unlikely source: China.
Japan's activities in China form an important, but often underappreciated, part of the history of chemical weapons.
Beijing and Tokyo have developed a robust relationship to address the ongoing damage caused by Japan's abandoned chemical weapons.
John Hemmings review China Matters: Getting it Right for Australia by Bates Gill and Linda Jakobson.