In the face of rumours that the UK might scrap its Challenger 2 Main Battle Tanks, Harry Bulpit argues that if the British Army wants to remain relevant on the modern battlefield it is crucial that it retains its tanks.
After a significant period of decline, Argentina has ceased to be a capable military force.
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.
NATO and Russia: In the last couple of years we have witnessed important military manoeuvres that demonstrate the heightened tensions between the two blocs.
Have you ever wondered how the defence and security landscape would look in an independent Scotland and what the priorities might be? Who better to ask than SNP Defence Spokesman and member of the Foreign Affairs Committee Stewart McDonald MP and Cllr Chris McEleny, a former defence worker and a member of the Scottish Shipbuilding and Aerospace Committee for a number of years.
A report measuring economic, diplomatic and cultural clout has named the United Kingdom as the worlds top soft power.
Trident is essentially a political weapon, not a military weapon argues Stuart Crawford in this submission to the UK Defence Journal.
The construction of more affordable and hopefully more exportable 'budget frigates' could help revitalise the British shipbuilding industry.
NATO's naval power offers much potential to deter and – if necessary – help combat Russia.
With some commentators, rightly or wrongly, arguing that it's "embarrassing" the Royal Australian Navy will be ordering more Type 26 Frigates than the Royal Navy, some perspective is key.