There are clearly some procurement projects which don’t lend themselves to the leasing idea. For many others, though, it just might be appropriate argues Stuart Crawford in this submission to the UK Defence Journal.
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Trident is essentially a political weapon, not a military weapon argues Stuart Crawford in this submission to the UK Defence Journal.
In this article, Jonathan Chartier argues that the 'Better Together' campaign unwisely turned routine naval procurement into a charged topic during the Scottish Independence referendum campaign, resulting in an unremarkable change in orders being considered a controversial and political issue.
As 2020 comes to an end, let's look at how this year went for the UK Defence Journal.
Robert Clark takes a close look at the recent defence spending announcing and discusses what it actually means and where the money is going.
Just before IndyRef 1 in Sept 2014, the Yes vote briefly reached 50% in opinion polls and for several weeks it seemed really possible...
While Royal Navy submarines will hopefully never fire their missiles in anger, Britain uses its nuclear deterrent every day argues Rebecca Campbell in this submission to the UK Defence Journal.
In this submission to the UK Defence Journal, Stuart Crawford looks at the factors that he believes help explain the disaster that has been British defence procurement over the past 20 years.
Newspaper fosters outrage over weapon being dropped on range.