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Artificial intelligence on the battlefield challenges key assumptions which underpin military planning.
The coronavirus pandemic has highlighted the value of national service models in building societal resilience. The future Integrated Review might want to consider these.
Ara Marcen Naval and Karolina MacLachlan
As states look to militaries to help combat the coronavirus outbreak, they risk empowering forces weakened by corruption and poor governance.
Germany’s armed forces are beset by problems, and procurement difficulties are proving to be intractable.
A British naval presence in the South China Sea strengthens global security and Britain’s global role. But it must be matched with a more systematic approach to the region, and to China’s defiance of legal norms.
Security and resilience have to be designed into society’s fabric.
Central and Eastern Europe is becoming an important place for geopolitics.
The UK is drifting away from the established pattern of periodic defence reviews.
Individual autonomy and decentralised decision-making may give Western militaries the advantage they need in the Information Age.