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NATO’s influence has weakened – the world is not better for it

The Afghanistan and Ukraine Crisis' show that NATO's influence is rapidly dwindling, and the world is not better for it.

Britain isn’t letting Ukraine fall without a fight

"The United Kingdom will stand up for the right of countries to choose their alliances."

COVID19 – A timely warning on the threat of biological terrorism

COVID-19 has been our wake up call that the UK has no effective defence against biological terrorism.

Did the deliberate weakening of warlords cause Afghanistan’s collapse?

In this submission, Ben Acheson asks whether the weakening of warlords caused Afghanistan's Collapse.

Worried about the vaccine? Speak to a doctor and ignore social media

If you're worried about getting the vaccine because of something you've seen on social media then please speak to a medical professional.

The power of arms – Global Britain’s move to the Middle East

Britain is now in a prime position, with new defence procurement programmes becoming operationalised in the next few years, to deepen strategic partnerships in the Gulf.

Goodbye to the Royal Scots Borderers

The demise of the The Royal Scots Borderers, known as 1 SCOTS, has been given relatively little publicity.

A look at the UK’s strategic partnership with Ukraine

Since the Russian annexation of Crimea in 2014, Ukraine has been the cornerstone of the UK's approach to the Black Sea region.

Memories of BATUS

The news that the bulk of the British Army is leaving BATUS has brought a wave of nostalgia to a certain generation of BAOR warriors.

The British Army is in big trouble

News that Secretary of State for Defence Ben Wallace has summonsed the Army Board for a "dressing down" hit the media this week. 



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