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Countering the UAV threat in the Arabian Gulf

Last week’s deadly UAV attack against the MV Mercer Street vessel has highlighted how vulnerable merchant shipping is whilst operating across the Arabian Gulf, and around the Strait of Hormuz and Gulf of Oman in particular. 

Right versus might in the South China Sea

The UK sent an aircraft carrier strike group through South China Sea to show solidarity with smaller states in the region struggling to assert their rights against China's might, argues Bill Hayton in this submission to the UK Defence Journal.

The British Defence Singapore Support Unit – enabling the tilt

The British "tilt" to the Indo-Pacific benefits considerably from the current military presence in Singapore.

How strong is Russia?

In this submission, Rebecca Campbell argues that the capabilities of Russian forces should not be underestimated.

The British Army doesn’t make much sense anymore

Whatever has happened to "defeat the enemy"?

MP publishes paper on improving life for service personnel

The UK Government is being urged to regularly review the pay and conditions for the armed forces.

‘Are you threatening us?’ asks British warship

Russia tried to force a British warship to alter course. It did not alter course.

Addressing Russian aggression in the Black Sea

NATO urgently requires a Black Sea strategy argues Robert Clark in this submission to the UK Defence Journal.

Disinformation being ‘weaponised at levels nobody imagined’

A paper has been published by Stewart McDonald MP setting out his assessment of disinformation activity in Scotland.

Why are British C-17s flying to Libya at night?

All of the flights are in and out of Libya within a few hours and have all taken place during the night points out @air_intel in this submission to the @UKDefJournal.



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