Britain will have to strike new international agreements with other countries to maintain access to nuclear power technology after indicating that it is minded to leave Euratom, which has controlled the peaceful use of nuclear energy on the continent since 1957.
This paper examines the implications of the US Third Offset Strategy for the UK. It finds that UK defence equipment capabilities costing £16 billion a year are increasingly vulnerable to low-cost, technology-rich weapons from hostile states. It argues that the UK government has focused more on offensive systems over protective capabilities, and it calls for a commitment to research, innovation...
The enormous attention given to Bitcoin’s rise has prompted security agencies to ponder whether cryptocurrencies could become a terrorist financing tool. A recent case suggests terrorists may be testing the waters. But overreaction could stifle an important new financial technology.
The deputy commander of the US Navy, Admiral Bill Moran, has announced that its thinking on unmanned systems had changed. The systems now no longer needed their own separate office and its areas of interest and responsibilities would now be absorbed within existing structures. It’s the American way.
The UK’s long-awaited National Cyber Security Strategy (NCSS) 2016 to 2021 was released this month after a delay due to Britain’s EU referendum and change in government. What does it say and what does it leave unanswered?