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The UK government’s attempt to shield its troops from vexatious litigation is laudable. The methods proposed are less so.
Edited by Jack Watling
Europe's medium powers face unavoidable tradeoffs when determining the future shape of their militaries.
James Stythe reviews British Justice, War Crimes and Human Rights Violations: The Age of Accountability, by Susan L Kemp.
The coronavirus pandemic has highlighted the value of national service models in building societal resilience. The future Integrated Review might want to consider these.
Investing in people is a worthy cause in itself. But it plays a diminished role in deterrence.
How does a state achieve effective deterrence? Lithuania provides an example.
Rachael Gribble, Simon Wessely, Susan Klein, David A Alexander, Christopher Dandeker and Nicola T Fear
The Ministry of Defence’s idea of 'veteran' is far broader than the British public’s.
Experience of the Helmand campaign provides lessons beyond counterinsurgency.
Andrew Otchie reviews Can’t Hurt Me: Master Your Mind and Defy the Odds, by David Goggins.