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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
How seriously should the West take the thinly veiled Russian threat against Atlantic shipping in recent doctrine?
The nature of warfare in the information age requires fundamental changes to the UK’s military intelligence culture and training
The Defence Green Paper hints at more cooperation with Europeans as the way forward, but a need for short-term cuts may damage the coherence of defence outputs before the defence review is completed.
Tony Blair's evidence to the Iraq inquiry may focus on the legality of the war. But he is guilty of confused optimism rather than an urge to behave illegally.
Our services must get smarter to cope with today’s threats. Their ability to adapt and maintain their high professionalism and dedication in a range of roles and with a variety of technologies is key to playing to British strengths.