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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
Greece is emerging as a Mediterranean power with a more proactive foreign policy.
The Tempest programme should be recognised as central to the credibility of the UK's claim to be an independent military actor. This paper explores its risks and opportunities.
Anjuli Shere and Miranda Melcher
The power and independence of the Information Commissioner’s Office appear to have been overstated. Downing Street has built-in oversight of funds and coronavirus data is not being protected.
Conrad Prince and James Sullivan
The UK’s new approach to Huawei is more about the impact of US sanctions on supply rather than a fundamental rethink of technical security.
As France celebrates its national day, the British Ambassador in Paris reflects on the state of relations between the two neighbours.
In the first in a series of articles, we explore the UK’s current attempt to operate a government-wide direction in its approval of major procurement projects.
For Tempest to succeed, the UK will need to regain the crucial infrastructure and technical expertise that it has lost in recent decades.
V R Berghahn
V R Berghahn reviews A Not-So-Special Relationship: The US, the UK and German Unification, 1945–1990, by Luca Ratti.
The coronial process places considerable pressure on bereaved military families.
The British Army is evolving – adapting to both domestic realities and emerging threats – but its unique role remains constant, delivering strategic land power projection to enhance national security...
This event will bring together leading Chinese scholars and veteran British practitioners to consider the future of the UK and China's ballistic missile submarine forces and implications for...