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Gibraltar’s voters opted overwhelmingly to remain in the EU, by an astounding majority of 95% of the ballots cast, in a turnout of 83% of the electorate. Now the territory faces a dilemma, as the rest of Britain went in a different direction.
Montenegro will soon become part of NATO. What will this mean for the Alliance, for Montenegro itself, and for relations with Russia?
Which of NATO’s goals from the 2014 Wales Summit have been achieved, and what challenges remain, particularly in the maritime environment?
As we enter an era of declining access on a global scale, the UK armed forces must learn from Cold War disjointery and end its historic inter-service rivalry.
With the balance of short- and long-term requirements increasingly relevant to current defence considerations, the Inskip Defence review provides a lesson in keeping doors open.
Can Richard Haldane’s reforms, responsible for the best organised expeditionary force of the twentieth century, provide a basis for the current Strategic Defence Review?
John Hughes WIlson
This article assesses the politicization of intelligence and the factors that led to the UK government's insistence that Iraq posed a sufficient threat to British interests to justify war.
The greater the degree of uncertainty that our people may face, the greater is their requirement for education