RUSI JournalVolume 153Issue 6members only

The Overdue Defence Review: Old Questions, New Answers


The forthcoming defence review will have to respond to pressures on resources, acknowledge the need to build public understanding of defence, and consider the best means to conceive of effects-based operations.

British thinking about defence has changed a great deal since the post-Cold War period and a new set of assumptions has emerged in response to a radically different politico-military situation. The forthcoming defence review will have to respond to pressures on resources, acknowledge the need to build public understanding of defence, and consider the best means to conceive of effects-based operations.

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Professor Michael Clarke

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