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Gayatri Sahgal and Martine Zeuthen
There is little evidence that radicalisation is occurring in Kenya's prisons.
Andrew E Yaw Tchie
A parliamentary report documents the lack of strategic foresight in the UK’s approach to Africa.
Pakistan’s government has been in power for two years and, notwithstanding obstacles, has had several major foreign policy achievements on which the UK could capitalise.
The UK’s parliamentary report into Russia’s operations identifies some key security operational gaps. But it is less specific on immediate remedies, and even sparser on long-term answers.
Veerle Nouwens and Raffaello Pantucci
The UK may escape serious Chinese retaliation for its decision to bar Huawei’s equipment. But that is no substitute for the elaboration of a coherent UK strategy towards China.
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.
Whilst an effective capability in Afghanistan, the EXACTOR missile is not able to meet the British Army’s emerging precision guided munitions requirements in an Eastern European context
Space is the ideal proving ground for the UK's Fusion Doctrine.
Gill Bennett reviews God’s Spies: The Stasi’s Cold War Espionage Campaign Inside the Church, by Elisabeth Braw.
A lecture by Nia Griffith MP, Labour Member of Parliament for Llanelli and Shadow Secretary of State for Defence, House of Commons.
General Stephen J. Townsend, commander of the US Army Training and Doctrinal Command will deliver the 72nd Annual Kermit Roosevelt Lecture.
David Davis, Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union, discussed security co-operation post-Brexit.