The UK has made a strong – but not automatic – commitment to take part in 'resisting renewed aggression' in defence of South Korea.
Since the Brexit vote in 2016 Theresa May’s Conservative Government have sought to push forward the ‘Global Britain’ policy campaign. However, as the Foreign Affairs Select Committee recently highlighted, there has thus far been little change in policy output to reflect this pan-government policy.
With the speculation surrounding the future of the Albion class many have been asking, do we really need them?
Whether it’s through technology such as intelligent planning tools, digital twins, virtual and augmented reality, or combating threats in new domains, the dividing line between the cyber and the physical world is beginning to blur.
Britain may soon 'no longer be taken seriously' by other global powers according to Sir Mike Penning.
The debate over burden sharing within NATO is about as old as the alliance itself.
There’s a lot of misunderstanding and myth circulating about how many ships Scottish yards are building.
A National Audit Office report reveals that the MoD is paying £178 million a year to rent properties it sold and now leases back. The...
In his famous 2002 State of the Union Address, President George W. Bush coined the phrase "Axis of Evil" to describe any and all states that sponsor terrorism and to highlight to the people the "enemies of America" in an attempt to rile up support for his War on Terror and expansion of the US Military's involvement in International Affairs worldwide.
HMS Queen Elizabeth is the largest and most powerful warship ever constructed for the Royal Navy, but what will she carry?