Our geography, our history, and past experiences of wars and conflicts should inform us of the necessity of having a well armed, well funded military with primacy placed on our Royal Navy for protection of the realm, but also to nurture and build upon relationships with our allies.
The attack on Parsons Green tube station in London on the 15th September 2017 with a explosive device detonated on a tube carriage is a reminder that terrorism presents a clear and present danger to the interests of UK...
According to Forecast International, recent reports indicating Argentina plans to purchase $2 billion worth of military equipment are unrealistic. The group say that for the time being, Argentina will have to rely on donations from other countries to fill the gaps in its military capabilities.
Police militarisation in the United States has seen some police forces in the US as heavily armed as army units anyway. So, why can't the army help out?
Russian intervention in the Syrian crisis has caused a fundamental shift in the balance of power in the region, with Russian warplanes such as the TU-22M3 bomber and Su-25 attack aircraft and other sophisticated weapons systems including cruise missiles from its naval assets being used to attack Islamic State targets.
Forecast International say they expect some 80 aircraft carriers and major amphibious warfare ships, valued at $59.37 billion, to be commissioned during the next 10 years.
The UK Government has confirmed it has offered to contribute military assets to EU operations, cooperate on sanctions and agree joint positions on foreign policy as part of a 'deep security partnership' with the EU after Brexit.
This article explores the role of the Battleship and whether or not the vessel still has a place at sea.
New research by a geopolitical think-tank makes the case that Britain is second only to the United States as a global power.
The evolution of the Kiev class ‘cruiser-carrier’ hybrid from the days of the soviet union to its current role as an Indian Navy aircraft carrier.