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The then US Secretary of the Navy recalls his personal experience of the Falklands War – and of the enduring 'special relationship'.
With the Arctic ice melting, how can the UK position itself at the strategic heart of the emerging 'Wider North'?
Could the famous walls at Jericho actually be the first evidence of warfare?
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.
A logical and coherent strategic vision of the Royal Navy’s role, set within the context of the shrinking global village.
Some commentators were questioning the effectiveness of the new Territorial Force before the outbreak of war.