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Radicalisation makes the threat of lone-wolf attacks in the UK difficult to counter
Beverly P Bergman, Howard J Burdett and Neil Greenberg
Although armed-forces members are often said to be ‘institutionalised’, the ‘culture shock’ model is more appropriate, and thus more useful in preparing personnel for civilian life
Although Scotland voted against independence, questions remain about the future of the UK and its defence posture
While both the Gray report on defence acquisition and the Haddon-Cave report on the Nimrod disaster cover a similar subject, they offer very different visions for future reform in the Ministry of Defence.
Can government legitimately mingle its social interventions with intelligence gathering, as the UK's Prevent counter-terrorism strategy stands accused of doing?
Prevent needs reform but accusations that it is little more than an intelligence gathering programme are simplistic and inaccurate.