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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
The UK government’s commitment to reinvigorate its efforts to tackle illicit finance is welcome. Now the hard work starts.
Christopher Deliso reviews Somewhere Near to History: The Wartime Diaries of Reginald Hibbert, SOE Officer in Albania, 1943-1944, edited by Jane Nicolov.
The UK government’s Integrated Review gives some important pointers to the future strategy on cyber security.
Tom Plant and Matthew Harries
The most significant change in the UK’s nuclear posture in decades is controversial and has still not been properly debated in parliament.
In a world where technology is fundamental to both threats and opportunities ahead, it must be at the core of UK security and defence capabilities.
Keith Ditcham and Iisa Kosonen
The European Court of Human Rights has ruled that the UK violated its international obligations to protect the victims of slavery and forced labour.
Jill S Russell and Pablo de Orellana
Greater Manchester Police's communications strategy is an example of how to respond in the aftermath of an attack.
Justin Bronk reviews Fighters in the Blood: The Story of a Spitfire Pilot and the Son Who Followed in His Footsteps, by Air Marshal ‘Black’ Robertson.
Andrew Rathmell reviews The Dragons and the Snakes: How the West Learned to Fight the Rest, by David Kilcullen.
A briefing ahead of the Modernising Defence Programme's publication, offering a parliamentarian's perspective on what is needed for UK defence and how to go about achieving it.
A lecture by Nia Griffith MP, Labour Member of Parliament for Llanelli and Shadow Secretary of State for Defence, House of Commons.
General Stephen J. Townsend, commander of the US Army Training and Doctrinal Command will deliver the 72nd Annual Kermit Roosevelt Lecture.