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What should be made of the recent spate of helicopter losses in Iraq? Are they a series of unfortunate coincidences, an indication of poor practice in coalition activities or the result of enhanced...
The death of servicemen or women during combat operations is a sad reality but when those casualties are due to friendly – not enemy – actions, public reaction understandably includes a desire for...
After the American Empire - by Professor Michael Cox, LSE
In light of the established evidence, the Iranian seizure of Royal Navy personnel seems bizarre
Conference report on the 7 March 2007 proceedings at RUSI. The debate was led by Des Browne, Michael Codner, Steven Haines, and Paul Ingram.
The Senate of Canada’s Caveat on Caveats
To suggest that this tragic incident from 2003 would adversely affect the relationship and trust between US and UK forces today ignores the many crucial interventions made by American A-10 aircraft...
NATO in Afghanistan - still not enough