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This article uses a variety of salvo combat models to generate a crude outline of the vulnerability of an aircraft carrier manoeuvring in the North Sea, the Norwegian Sea or the Barents Sea in a conflict involving NATO and Russia
Space is the ideal proving ground for the UK's Fusion Doctrine.
Military and non-military tools form part of Russian information warfare.
US Democratic Party candidates for the White House are beginning to tackle nuclear challenges in their election campaigns.
NATO’s mutual defence guarantees are well-known. But less known is the duty which the Alliance’s member-states have to improve their national resilience.
The Fusion Doctrine is steadily reshaping the UK's approach to strategy.
The UK is drifting away from the established pattern of periodic defence reviews.
Individual autonomy and decentralised decision-making may give Western militaries the advantage they need in the Information Age.
Duncan Depledge, Klaus Dodds and Caroline Kennedy-Pipe
For the UK, this once-benign region is heating up.
The Rt Hon Bob Ainsworth, Secretary of State for Defence, outlined his party’s policy of defence in advance of the General Election and subsequent Strategic Defence Review.