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February 2004 Reviews.
This article discusses the transformation, the development and the relevance in today's world of the North Atlantic alliance.
This article aims to demonstrate that what is conventionally called the ‘Curragh Incident, 1914’ was, de jure, mutiny.
Put simply, the answer to the question whether NEC (Network Enabled Capability) poses a threat, or an opportunity, is ‘Yes’ to both.
This article presents the case for Open Source Intelligence in a time of crisis in British intelligence.Domestic Security, Intelligence
This article reflects on the life and work of Charles Causley.
This article addresses China's newfound interest in multilateralism.
This article provides a macro perspective of Saudi Arabia's place in the global war on terror.
This article suggests a possible correlation between the United States-led military-technological revolution and the call for ‘Europeanization’ of the French defence industry during the 1990s.
Managing the threats of the proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction and of global terrorism are two of the UK's main inbternational priorities for the coming years.
This article examines how the UK can negotiate the rapidly changing global security environment.
In the apportionment of credit for the aeroplane’s invention we can particularly identify a shamefaced, latter-day American-British chauvinism in which the French could not be allowed to desacralize the reputation of the Wright brothers.
The development of performance management within the Royal Navy has proven to be a valuable process.
John Hughes WIlson
This article assesses the politicization of intelligence and the factors that led to the UK government's insistence that Iraq posed a sufficient threat to British interests to justify war.Intelligence
This article describes ten major changes to American military planning and strategy to address the current geopolitical situation.Defence Management, Defence Policy, Terrorism