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The UK government’s strategic narrative on the 2011 intervention in Libya had only mixed success in influencing the public’s view of the conflict
The conflict in Northern Ireland ended because of the British government’s ‘pragmatic realist’ approach to reaching a compromise with the enemy
The definition of military victory and political success is in flux, with the twenty-first century characterised by sub-state rather than state-level conflict
In 1914, it seemed that the Russian military was improving and that its power was rising.
Colonel Simpson discussion reveals reservations about Britain’s ability to protect itself in the event of Continental War and invasion.
J C Fuller demonstrates how morale is maintained in pre-war discussion of the offensive.