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Sir Paul Newton spent thirty-eight years in the British Army. Educated at Sandhurst - and later at Camberley, then Cambridge University... read more
John Andreas Olsen
A rapidly changing security environment poses new challenges for the Atlantic Alliance.
As NATO’s Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg announces the appointment of a group of experts to support his work in further strengthening the Alliance’s political dimension, this Commentary identifies six primary challenges.
The Syrian conflict shows that there are ever-more reasons for states choosing to use proxies.
How does a state achieve effective deterrence? Lithuania provides an example.
While challenges remain, the financial position of UK Defence has improved significantly over the last two years.
Peter Roberts and Seth Newkirk
Regardless of how difficult Erdogan’s Turkey may now be, it is a key state in NATO and must be treated as such.
The UK is drifting away from the established pattern of periodic defence reviews.
Individual autonomy and decentralised decision-making may give Western militaries the advantage they need in the Information Age.
Justin Bronk reviews Modern Chinese Warplanes: Chinese Air Force – Combat Aircraft and Units, by Andreas Rupprecht.
The United Kingdom, United States, and France are approaching a time at which important, but difficult decisions will have to be taken over the future of their national nuclear deterrents. Just as...