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Graham Jordan explains how a decline in the amount spent on technology development work in industry will have implications for the UK defence industrial base
Kinetic weaponry will remain a key component of land, sea and air arsenals for the foreseeable future, but will struggle to attract R&D investment. Dr Jeffrey Bradford explains why
The marriage between EADS and BAE Systems is logical as the defence market shrinks further and the United States pivots towards Asia. The challenge will lie in the governments that influence these two firms.
Michael Codner provides a compelling round-up of UK military options and the implications of war in Iraq
In presenting his Party's response to the New Chapter Paul Keetch discusses the future of British Defence Policy.
Major General Robert Fulton, Capability Manager (Information Superiority) assesses the effec