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Dr Henrik Heidenkamp is the Coordinator for Policy Management and Plans at NATO's SHAPE in Mons, Belgium.
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In light of the upcoming Integrated Review, this Occasional Paper outlines the combat air choices facing policymakers.
In the second in the series of articles on the new approvals system being introduced for MoD projects, we point to the risks and opportunities apparent in the new ways of working.
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.
Challenging entrenched thinking and slaughtering ‘sacred cows’ in defence and security reviews is easier said than done.
European states are modernising their reserve forces to counter emerging threats and companies will play a key role in this civil-military effort.
Michael Graydon, Jeremy Blackham, Jonathan Shaw, and Antony Hichens
As the British government embarks on a review of the country’s defence and security posture, some advice on what should and what should not be done.
The potential political acceptance of tax rises to fund the NHS is beginning to influence the debate on defence spending. Will this provide the impetus to defeat those political leaders who want to abet the decline in British military power?
John Kiszely reviews The Bramall Papers: Reflections on War and Peace, by Field Marshal Lord Bramall.
The new Ministry of Defence pamphlet on joint political-military decision-making merely scratches the surface of what seems to be a peculiarly British issue of poor performance in this area.
The United Kingdom, United States, and France are approaching a time at which important, but difficult decisions will have to be taken over the future of their national nuclear deterrents. Just as...
A lecture by General Sir David Richards, Chief of the Defence Staff, UK Ministry of Defence.