Western governments will need to adopt new military technologies – and be prepared to pay for them – in order to compete in the Information Age.
The nature of the geostrategic and military challenges facing the UK and NATO is changing in ways that necessitate a significant rethink of the approach to defence, Ewan Lawson and Richard Barrons argue. Developments in technology have the potential to redress the balance but only with new conceptual approaches and a commitment to spend appropriately.
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