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Christian Tripodi reviews An Army of Tribes: British Army Cohesion, Deviancy and Murder in Northern Ireland, by Edward Burke.
Christopher Elliott reviews Bolts from the Blue: From Cold War Warrior to Chief of the Air Staff, by Richard Johns.
Sue Onslow reviews Total Onslaught: War and Revolution in Southern Africa Since 1945, by Paul Moorcraft.
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?
Ewan Lawson and Richard Barrons
Western governments will need to adopt new military technologies – and be prepared to pay for them – in order to compete in the Information Age.
Michael Clarke reviews Too Important for the Generals: Losing and Winning the First World War, by Allan Mallinson.
An interview with photographer Michael St Maur Sheil explores the landscapes of the First World War’s battlefields.