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A new European combat aircraft is still likely to emerge from a programme plagued by mismatched national positions, priorities and industrial responsibilities.
With Brexit and the transition period over, the UK has formally embarked on its independent sanctions regime. What work has been completed so far and what remains to be done?
Contemporary football provides a reminder of the multinational nature of British society and its historical war effort.
Transparency International’s Government Defence Integrity Index for Central and Eastern Europe suggests slippage in defence governance standards across the region.
Plans by Joe Biden’s incoming US presidential team to use one European regional cooperation structure as a counterpoint to China’s growing influence are unlikely to prove very effective.
The Czech domestic intelligence service details the threats to which the Central European country is exposed. It shows the broader challenges of talking about threats as mistrust in established institutions grows in a postfactual era.
Martin Bricknell and Paul Cain
A clear understanding of modern military healthcare will lead to better policy.
Ben Wan Beng Ho
A new long-range land-attack capability could be valuable for the Royal Navy.
John Andreas Olsen
NATO must be nimble as it responds to new challenges, both inside and outside the Alliance.
This conference explored how the UK and EU can maintain a long-standing defence and security relationship after Brexit.
This Whitehall Paper launch event examined the new challenges for NATO security in the North Atlantic.
A panel discussion with RT Howard and Eugene Curley on the unique relationship between the UK and France since 1945.