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This Occasional Paper analyses the role of media reporting on the impact of terrorism and offers recommendations to both the police and the media on how to improve their relationship and how they communicate and report on terrorism.
New revelations about the links between the UK and US nuclear programmes raise as many questions as they provide answers.
A new European combat aircraft is still likely to emerge from a programme plagued by mismatched national positions, priorities and industrial responsibilities.
Unexplained wealth orders are now being used to tackle criminal wealth in the UK, but they are more complicated and less powerful in practice than in popular imagination.
As fraud in the UK continues to grow, the government must do more to counter this invisible threat.
The UK’s application to join a free trade arrangement based around the Pacific Rim may result in a fundamental reorientation of the country’s global posture.
Ben Freeman and Tarun Krishnakumar
As it seeks to develop a transparency-based registration framework to counter foreign influence activities, the UK can learn from the rich experience of the US and the Foreign Agents Registration Act.
James Stythe reviews British Justice, War Crimes and Human Rights Violations: The Age of Accountability, by Susan L Kemp.
Dmitry (Dima) Adamsky
Dmitry (Dima) Adamsky reviews Dealing with the Russians, by Andrew Monaghan.
General Sir Nicholas Carter, Chief of the General Staff, elaborates on some of the increasingly real threats that pose a risk to the UK’s way of life. He considers the implications of the evolving...
This year’s Lord Trenchard Memorial Lecture be delivered by Air Marshal Stuart Atha CB DSO MA BSs RAF, Deputy Commander Operations, Royal Air Force.