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The Tempest programme should be recognised as central to the credibility of the UK's claim to be an independent military actor. This paper explores its risks and opportunities.
Jack Watling and Nick Reynolds
In a world of powerful states, countries are likely to partner their armed forces to achieve common aims. Efforts to build capacity in partner forces will play a crucial role.
Tom Plant and Matthew Harries
The UK’s Atomic Weapons Establishment is returning to full public ownership. The flaws in the old model were clear, but the change does not guarantee improvement.
Public appearances matter, and may promote recruitment. Just ask a German synagogue architect
The debate has begun about the shape of the UK’s Armed Forces after the coronavirus pandemic.
The use of martial language by politicians in managing the current pandemic obscures fundamental differences between waging war and managing a health crisis.
Artificial intelligence on the battlefield challenges key assumptions which underpin military planning.
The Syrian conflict shows that there are ever-more reasons for states choosing to use proxies.
Military and non-military tools form part of Russian information warfare.
In partnership with BAE Systems, UK PONI is pleased to host a seminar that will take an unclassified look at nuclear fuel cycle and weapons technology, before considering the significance of both...
Lecture by General Sir Nicholas Houghton, Chief of the Defence Staff, UK Ministry of Defence will deliver his annual speech to RUSI.