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Dr Andrew Glazzard is Senior Director of the National Security Studies research group at RUSI.
Chris Grocott reviews Defending the Rock: How Gibraltar Defeated Hitler, by Nicholas Rankin
Frank Ledwidge reviews Counterinsurgency Wars and the Anglo-American Alliance: The Special Relationship on the Rocks, by Andrew Mumford
John Stone reviews Rebooting Clausewitz: ‘On War’ in the Twenty-First Century, by Christopher Coker.
Can Richard Haldane’s reforms, responsible for the best organised expeditionary force of the twentieth century, provide a basis for the current Strategic Defence Review?
Britain's imperialist mentality is outdated and overambitious: viewing the country as a global power is damaging, rather than benefiting, current defence policy.
The Anglo-French coalition that fought Russia was an unlikely combination. After 1815 relations had often been hostile, and yet they managed to concert policy and strategy to invade and defeat Russia – the continental superpower of the age.
Sneha Reddy reviews Soldiers of Empire: Indian and British Armies in World War II, by Tarak Barkawi.
John Kiszely reviews The Bramall Papers: Reflections on War and Peace, by Field Marshal Lord Bramall.