Would naval shipbuilding continue on the Clyde if Scotland left the UK?

One side, the Scottish government, say that naval shipbuilding would continue on the Clyde. The other side, the UK government, say it would not.

UK should establish military presence in South China Sea says report

The UK should pursue a "Pacific dimension" for the Royal Navy with a permanent facility in the Indo-Pacific region in order to "deter foreign powers from undertaking aggression" in the South China Sea, according to a new report.

The F-35, does it deserve the flak?

It's no secret that the F-35 has had severe cost and schedule issues.

Scottish independence and defence – A look at the numbers

Since the publication of the SNP's 'Growth Commission' report, many commentators have discussed the assertions, recommendations and inconsistencies in the 354-page document.

Is a British satellite navigation system a good idea?

The UK's threat to establish an alternative to the Galileo satellite system is a clever Brexit bargaining position - but should be no more than than that.

Defence predictions 2019: Where physical meets digital – balancing opportunity and risk

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.

China to improve military readiness through reform as tensions with the US rise

China’s President, Xi Jinping, has signed a new regulation on the supervision of military training for the People’s Liberation Army.

UK most pessimistic about prospects for peace according to global poll

The UK has emerged as the most pessimistic country regarding its future peace prospects in a survey of 15 countries commissioned by the British Council and International Alert. 

Technically the Royal Navy is growing, just not any larger than it was four...

Statements made by the government explicitly claim that the Royal Navy is growing, but are those claims accurate? Yes and no.

Why an international ban on the AK47 wouldn’t work

There is a debate as to whether the banning of the AK47 would impact terrorist organisations and reduce the capability of insurgences?

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