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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
The nature of warfare in the information age requires fundamental changes to the UK’s military intelligence culture and training
Some commentators were questioning the effectiveness of the new Territorial Force before the outbreak of war.
A German appraisal of the Naval Race indicates that it may well have been fuelled by British over reaction and miscalculation.
In the shadow of the Great War, General Sir Edmund Barrow questioned the validity of Norman Angell’s theory that projections of military power had become futile.