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Antulio J Echevarria II
After more than a decade of counter-insurgency operations, NATO now needs to reorient itself to meet future challenges and uncertainties
The changing Nordic-Baltic security environment will likely demand greater attention from NATO, its regional Allies and its partners
Indonesia has been investing heavily in military equipment, but this masks fundamental structural problems and ongoing issues relating to civil–military relations.
With China’s arms industry developing rapidly, European defence industries should prepare for strong, export-led competition in the not-so-distant future.
Emma De Angelis
Editor Dr Emma De Angelis introduces the second issue of 2014
Julian Lewis MP
Abandoning continuous at-sea deterrence is a step too far down the 'nuclear ladder'
To what extent will one of the most important strategic decisions of Obama’s first term – the 'pivot' to Asia – prove an enduring commitment into his second term? (Free access)
Captain George Galdorisi, US Navy (Rtd), and Dr Scott C Truver put a compelling argument for the need for a US/European Ballistic Missile Defence shield
Current thinking has led the British Army to define forces as light, medium and heavy. William F Owen explains why the concept of medium forces is potentially dangerous
Arthur I Cyr compares and contrasts UK and US defence policy changes since the end of the Second World War to highlight how the countries can still learn from each other
To what extent has the British National Security Strategy succeeded in promoting a more integrated approach to national security?