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Rebecca Campbell

Rebecca Campbell
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Rebecca graduated from the University of the Witwatersrand with a BA in History & Political Science, a BA Honours in International Relations, and an MA in International Relations (with distinction). She started her career in academia, specialising in strategic studies, but subsequently moved to journalism. For the past two decades she has worked as a science and technology journalist for South Africa's leading business and technology journal. Her technology beats are aviation, defence, civil nuclear power, & space.

Fundamental factors influencing British defence policies

Rebecca Campbell argues in this article that a defence policy centred on sea power and air power plays to Britain’s strengths.

Thoughts on the Future Commando Force

In this submission, Rebecca Campbell argues that the 'Future Commando Force' is not a plunge into a risky and uncertain future but a return to a proven, highly successful, operating model.

A look at space in UK Defence

Britain must increase its spending on all aspects of space defence argues Rebecca Campbell in this submission to the UK Defence Journal.

Cyber war is real war

"Cyber war is not virtual war, it is real warfare capable of producing results previously only attainable through the use of strategic bombing", argues Rebecca Campbell in this submission to the UK Defence Journal.

The Nuclear Deterrent – The foundation of UK defence

While Royal Navy submarines will hopefully never fire their missiles in anger, Britain uses its nuclear deterrent every day argues Rebecca Campbell in this submission to the UK Defence Journal.