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Tom Ascott was previously the Digital Communications Manager at the Royal United Services Institute before leaving in February 2021. In... read more
The UK’s aspirations for the future risk being stifled by the mistakes of the past.
The UK looks at itself and sees only what it wants to see.
Tom Plant and Matthew Harries
The most significant change in the UK’s nuclear posture in decades is controversial and has still not been properly debated in parliament.
Trevor Taylor and Rebecca Lucas
The initiative is clearly inspired by the US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, but the devil will be in the detail.
New revelations about the links between the UK and US nuclear programmes raise as many questions as they provide answers.
A new European combat aircraft is still likely to emerge from a programme plagued by mismatched national positions, priorities and industrial responsibilities.
Justin Bronk reviews Fighters in the Blood: The Story of a Spitfire Pilot and the Son Who Followed in His Footsteps, by Air Marshal ‘Black’ Robertson.
Andrew Rathmell reviews The Dragons and the Snakes: How the West Learned to Fight the Rest, by David Kilcullen.
Bosnia and Herzegovina’s post-war structure remains fragile, and without international support and scaffolding it risks remaining a frozen conflict.
This event will examine the Ministry of Defence’s Future Accommodation Model and the drivers for Service families’ accommodation provision.
Noted for it's spectacular air combat sequences this film screening will feature a short introduction to modern air combat with Justin Bronk, Research Fellow for Airpower.
Professor Stanley R. Sloan will discuss his latest book, Transatlantic traumas: Has illiberalism brought the West to the brink of collapse?, which examines the external threats and internal...