British forces in Belize – A military partnership in Central America

After the closure of the British Army Training and Support Unit Belize, the UK reopened its installations in Belize and is increasing its training exercises in the Central American country.  

A competitive strategy to counter Russia

The world has entered a new era of great power competition.

Study ranks Britain ‘second most powerful country in the world’

New research by a geopolitical think-tank makes the case that Britain is second only to the United States as a global power.

The UK in Cyprus – The Importance of the Sovereign Bases of Akrotiri and...

Covering not even 100 square miles the two bases on Cyprus are vital to the British military capabilities in the Mediterranean, Middle East and beyond East of Suez.

A brief guide to the Su-25 Frogfoot

The Sukhoi Su-25 is the mainstay of Russian ground-attack regiments. The type is broadly similar to its American counterpart, A-10.

Could this be Britain’s future light frigate?

One of the most obvious contenders for the UK's future light frigate is an offering from BMT, the Venator-110.

Why does HMS Queen Elizabeth have two islands?

HMS Queen Elizabeth and her sister ship are attracting a lot of attention and one of the most common questions is, why does she...

Reports that Spain to receive shipbuilding work to silence Gibraltar claims

It has been reported the Fleet Solid Support Ships could go to Spain to silence Gibraltar claims.

Why the F-35 is an asset for the UK in coalition warfare

The F-35 will drastically increase the situational awareness of the forces with which it will deploy, giving coalition forces unprecedented capability.

The future of the UK Defence Journal

After collecting some feedback from our readers and other defence commentators, we've decided to make some changes.

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