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A history of the bayonet, from the eighteenth century to the present day.
Togo’s crushing naval victory gave Japan overall success in what had always been essentially a limited war.
The status of courts martial may currently be under the microscope but as to actual hearings, at least, there is still much to commend.
Recognizing Somaliland is consistent with the imperatives driving global counter-terrorism.
This article describes the military and political conditions governing Israel's relations with its neighbours to the north and presents the background to what has become the most stable reality there for more than three decades.
For Europe, the prospect of defending the continent against ballistic missiles still remains uncertain and difficult to contemplate.
While armed forces clearly benefit from having a strong military ethos, such an ethos is in itself inadequate to ensure that defence resources are used in a balanced, integrated and relevant way to the country’s security context.
To understand armed religious movements and their approach to violence, we need to focus on a general appreciation of religious mentality and a particular understanding of the distinct religious vision and intent of the group in question.
NATO was empowered to expand and change, to do things that no one ever thought it would be capable of, and now it is doing them.
Ten questions on UK defence policy and military strategy that need to be considered for the upcoming General Election.