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The victory at the Battle of Waterloo has long been overlooked in German national memory – yet it continues to hold important lessons for today
French experiences with the Milan and Javelin weapon systems show the vital importance of the relationship between man and machine
Operation Mare Nostrum offers pertinent lessons as the EU seeks to get a grip on the burgeoning migrant crisis
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.
A German appraisal of the Naval Race indicates that it may well have been fuelled by British over reaction and miscalculation.
In the shadow of the Great War, General Sir Edmund Barrow questioned the validity of Norman Angell’s theory that projections of military power had become futile.
Germany’s treatment of Belgian citizens disregarded contemporary international legislation enacted to protect civilians in war-time.