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Bleddyn E Bowen
The UK’s Ministry of Defence sees space power as a key part of Britain’s security – whether the RAF takes the lead remains to be seen.
The advantages of airpower must be demonstrated to decision-makers.
The human experience, rather than technology and tactics, is emphasised in British portrayals of airpower.
Installed power on naval surface combatants has steadily grown over the past few decades. The principal reasons for this are two fold: ships have got larger and faster, and ships have more power demanding mission-systems.
A review of the exhibition The Artists Rifles: From Pre-Raphaelites to Passchendaele
The UK has failed to take a clear position on the question of regulating digital currencies. This could have potentially damaging consequences.
An interview with National Portrait Gallery curator Paul Moorhouse about The Great War in Portraits