Argentina has now ceased to be a capable military power

After a significant period of decline, Argentina has ceased to be a capable military force.

The Government must stop twisting the numbers – it’s time to properly fund the...

Through almost four hundred years of service, the British Armed Services have proven their outstanding merit time and time again. Whether intervening against genocide in the Balkans, breaking the seemingly invincible powers of Napoleon or Hitler, or defending British sovereignty in the Falklands.

Is there a case to be made for smaller carriers?

For the last year newspapers, magazines and websites – including this one - have been filled with impressive photographs of the Royal Navy's two new carriers - HMS Queen Elizabeth and Prince of Wales – commonly referred to as the Queen Elizabeth Class. 

Britain’s New Pacific Presence

Last week, the UK announced it was establishing diplomatic representation in nine countries: Lesotho, Swaziland, the Bahamas, Antigua and Barbuda, Grenada, St Vincent and the Grenadines, Samoa, Tonga and Vanuatu. From an Oceanian perspective, this might be a game changer.

Why smaller carriers would be bad idea for the Royal Navy

Many often argue for smaller, cheaper carriers but would this be a good idea?

Whisper it: Gavin Williamson is actually doing pretty well at the MoD

Gavin Williamson was a far from popular appointment when he was promoted to defence secretary last year. Among the more charitable descriptions, he was branded a "self-serving c***". But take a closer look at what he's been doing at his department and a slightly different picture emerges. The truth is, Williamson has a good story to tell.

Global Britain, Defence and Gibraltar

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.

The Axis of Evil: An Evaluation of the Bush Doctrine

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.

Cyber needs to be centre stage for every world leader

It seems every day brings news of another high-profile cyberattack or intrusion affecting our personal data, national security or the very integrity and availability of the institutions and infrastructure on which we depend.

The potential futures of British power projection

The United Kingdom is a serious player on the world stage. We need to hit the ground running.



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