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Defence Industry in a Global Gontext: Policy Implications for the United Kingdom (WHP 57)

Neil Latham
Whitehall Papers, 21 May 2003
Defence, Industries and Society, Equipment and Acquisitions, Defence Management, Defence Policy, UK, UK Defence Policy, Technology, UK Defence, Europe
The increasing size and international character of many defence companies and the growing development of dual use technologies for both military and civil purposes poses a number of important questions: does defence industry have a distinct identity; if so, what are its defining features; to what extent does a country need a defence industry; and how should governments interact with defence companies?

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