The economic impact of COVID-19 is likely to present very serious challenges for the security of the United Kingdom, argues Harry Basnett in this submission to the UK Defence Journal.
"We should let our soldiers, sailors and airmen/women speak and have confidence in them", argues Stuart Crawford in his look at at how the British Army and the media communicate.
Stuart Crawford, who was also a British Army officer, has said the Scottish Government should focus on specialising in certain areas.
The problem? The cost in gold and people makes all this very unlikely.
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It is generally accepted that rather than prepare for the war you know; one should prepare for the war that is to come.
Increasingly, hostile states and non-state actors are conducting attacks designed to destabilise Western nations.
In this article, Shadow Defence Procurement Minister Stephen Morgan MP tells the UK Defence Journal why he believes the Government needs to reform its procurement process.
In this report, James Rogers, the Director of the Global Britain Programme, identifies the fifteen core assumptions that have underpinned British strategic policy and explains why these assumptions are under increasing strain as great power competition takes hold and challenges the dominance of the West.
Standing still has never been an option for military organisations argues Graham Grose of IFS.