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Kinetic weaponry will remain a key component of land, sea and air arsenals for the foreseeable future, but will struggle to attract R&D investment. Dr Jeffrey Bradford explains why
The discovery of the long-sought Higgs boson at CERN gives cause to reflect on the huge ramifications of pioneering science in terms of driving modern-day defence capability
How legitimate are the proliferation concerns surrounding the potential licensing of laser-enrichment technology for commercial use later this month?
Nothing that man has created is bigger than The Bomb. It’s not just a weapon, but a tool for re-shaping the earth – in a physical, political and philosophical sense.
Is maritime power ready for our uncertain strategic future?