UK military to adopt ‘campaigning mindset’ in new science-driven strategy

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Defence Command Paper


Paul O’Neill, director of military sciences at the Royal United Services Institute think-tank, said that because the Treasury had not given the military new funding, “there are no new armaments”. He added that the strategy “doesn’t deliver a genuine response to the war in Ukraine, and essentially kicks the can down the road” until the next spending review in 2024 or 2025.