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The British Army has properly resourced working with partners and has structured itself to maximise flexibility. This has come at the expense of combat power in the short and medium term.
Rebecca Lucas and Trevor Taylor
States that rely on the global exchange of ideas, capital and people face challenges in preventing the theft of sensitive intellectual property.
The UK’s aspirations for the future risk being stifled by the mistakes of the past.
Creating an indigenous space launch capability is considered by many to be a key aspect of the UK’s space ambitions. Yet there are questions as to whether current plans recognise the challenges ahead.
In a well-crafted speech to the Munich Security Conference, Boris Johnson went beyond ritual repetitions of ‘Global Britain’ slogans.
With Brexit and the transition period over, the UK has formally embarked on its independent sanctions regime. What work has been completed so far and what remains to be done?
The UK has lost its global leadership of the fight against illicit finance. The Johnson government must get the UK back on track.
This article proposes that ‘professional irregular’ forces would provide the Baltics with the best defence against Russian aggression.
A Cold War-era document provides a useful guide for a published framework for engaging Russia today.
General Sir Nicholas Carter, Chief of the General Staff, elaborates on some of the increasingly real threats that pose a risk to the UK’s way of life. He considers the implications of the evolving...
Following the huge loss of life at the Somme, from January 1917 onwards the British Army drafted into its Labour Corps hundreds of thousands of men from across the UK, China, India, South Africa,...