Main Image Credit Britain's military tends to be just one of many institutions that contribute to the country's strategy. Courtesy of MoD/Sam Jenkins/OGL 3.0
Responsibility for strategy has long been a source of tension between politicians and the military.
Jeremy Black offers a provocative take on the concept of strategy and its use and misuse in 21st century parlance – and points out the need to ignite a necessary debate as the UK looks to a new, post-Brexit place on the international stage.
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