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Beatrice Heuser holds the Chair in International Relations at the University of Glasgow. She has degrees from the Universities of... read more
This paper shows that e-commerce continues to be exploited by criminal actors. Regulators and governments can do more to prevent this.
Michael Graydon, Jeremy Blackham, Jonathan Shaw, and Antony Hichens
As the British government embarks on a review of the country’s defence and security posture, some advice on what should and what should not be done.
The British government is expected to approve a restricted role for Huawei in Britain’s 5G network. We look at the arguments for that decision.
Boris Johnson’s newly elected government has some big questions to answer about the country’s defence policy and global posture.
Amidst a challenging fiscal and security climate, the new government has an opportunity to develop a post-Brexit security and defence vision.
Governments and military planners are obsessed with how much leverage adversaries can exert with coercive measures that don’t risk all-out war. But to win in the ‘grey zone’ requires being proactive, and defining its limits.
While all NATO countries have increased defence spending since 2014, the Alliance’s new members have done the most.
The British Army must respond to calls for reform posed by Fusion Doctrine and Global Britain.
For Tempest to succeed, the UK will need to regain the crucial infrastructure and technical expertise that it has lost in recent decades.
General Stephen J. Townsend, commander of the US Army Training and Doctrinal Command will deliver the 72nd Annual Kermit Roosevelt Lecture.
David Davis, Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union, discussed security co-operation post-Brexit.
An address by Her Excellency Mrs Erna Solberg, Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Norway.