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Challenging entrenched thinking and slaughtering ‘sacred cows’ in defence and security reviews is easier said than done.
They may be a relic of the Cold War, but the Central European embassies which remain in the North Korean capital could boost EU diplomatic power.
Following Brexit, the UK will need to adopt a flexible approach in its foreign and security policy.
President Trump will be greeted with a torrent of doom-laden criticism when he arrives in the UK on 3 June. Some of this criticism is just wrong, while some simply misses the critical point of this relationship.
Hans-Jürg Käser and Bernhard Wigger
The Swiss are testing their preparedness for meeting a major terrorist attack.
By replacing its controversial ambassador in Belarus, Russia is signalling its readiness to accommodate Belarus’ sensitivities.
The new Ministry of Defence pamphlet on joint political-military decision-making merely scratches the surface of what seems to be a peculiarly British issue of poor performance in this area.
John Kiszely reviews Decisive and Indecisive Operations, Volumes 1 and 2, by C J Dick.
Christoph Meyer reviews Framing the EU Global Strategy: A Stronger Europe in a Fragile World, by Nathalie Tocci
The United Kingdom, United States, and France are approaching a time at which important, but difficult decisions will have to be taken over the future of their national nuclear deterrents. Just as...