This article offers a few observations on how defence intelligence operates.
By the spring of 1917, the German high-flying, bombing aeroplane, an evolved rather than created machine, had reached its technical apotheosis.
The speed with which the Iraq war was won gave us no time to reflect on the complexity of the new kind of relationship that was forged there between the military and the media.
The integrated use of space capabilities along with other capabilities has been beneficial to the US armed forces.
The purpose of this article is to provide a progress report on the British Armed Forces' developing thinking on tomorrow’s defence as we move through the twenty-first century.
The correlation between war and the enforced displacement of civilian populations is not a new phenomenon. Nevertheless, incidents of ‘ethnic cleansing’ have been steadily increasing in recent decades.
The task of this article is to give a British perspective on the future of land warfare.
According to this article, 9/11 was a GBE (a ‘Great Big Event’) and that, piece-by-piece, the new, enhanced protective state in the UK is reflecting that.
Now that Washington’s focus is on Iran, Damascus has recovered much of its poise, declining to give way on substantive issues and almost cheekily reminding the US both of its potential value as a partner and of its ability to make life difficult for parties that ignore its interests.
The terrorist methodology includes both old and new means of attack. The importance of the conjunction of the old and the new is that there is a key role for combined endeavour to enhance defence and reduce public danger.Terrorism
This article focuses on characteristics of asymmetric conflict and challenges to the operational commander.
This article focuses on the broader issues that influence our thinking about the use of space amd offers a views on some of the priorities for future space-based systems.
The public today is looking to Government and has high expectations that it will hold the risks to them from terrorism to as low a level as is reasonably practicable.
The general background of a transforming NATO in a new security environment argues for a new departure in NATO’s Mediterranean Dialogue as well.