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Alexander Babuta, Marion Oswald and Ardi Janjeva
Artificial intelligence is both an opportunity and a challenge for the UK intelligence community.
Trevor Taylor and Rebecca Lucas
Cyber concerns and foreign direct investments have dragged reluctant UK and US defence authorities further into supply chain management.
The coronavirus pandemic has increased our reliance on the digital world and has highlighted five fundamental security challenges.
A growing Western habit of linking China and Russia as joint adversaries in various contexts is missing the actual strengths of the relationship, and their varied interests in third locations.
The UK has recently announced a number of new military space initiatives, showing that it is taking this strategic environment seriously. While these are welcome developments, questions persist over the UK’s broader space ambitions.
Technology poses some familiar and new problems for think tanks.
Curated by Luba Elliott
Machines in creation?
Elsa B Kania
The Chinese People’s Liberation Army is pursuing military innovation through investment in emerging technologies.
A short story.
Reflecting on the Royal Air Force’s contribution to UK defence. He also assessed the current and future challenges for air power in an ever changing international environment.
Admiral Michael Mullen USN (Ret’d), former Chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff, highlighted some of the initial difficult lessons from the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.