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The military's operational dependency on fossil fuels needs to be reduced - how can the MoD tackle this problem in the medium and long term?
How do India, China, Israel and Japan handle defence spending and co-ordination compared to the UK?
What needs to be done to improve the process of setting operational requirements and altering them when the defence environment changes?
The MoD needs industry that can understand the military potential of new technologies, and industry needs the MoD in order to understand how to balance financial risks with early deployment
We need vision and courage to bring about a sea change in defence procurement - in which project alliancing should play a key role
David Moore, Jeffrey Bradford and Peter Antill
Any consideration of military operations in the mid-to-late twentieth century should be tempered by logistical realities. For those nations who enjoy immediate territorial security, their national...
This Whitehall Paper reviews the new Ministry of Defence (MoD) procedure for Combined Operational Effectiveness and Investment Appraisal (COEIA) studies and the role of these studies in MoD...
John Appelby and Edward Foster
In 1990 RUSI brought out Whitehall paper 6, entitled 1992: Protectionism or Collaboration in Defence Procurement. Much of its substance remains valid three years on, since the process of streamlining...
Sir John Weston