The Falkland Islands Defence Force – The oldest land unit of the British Overseas...

The Falkland Islands Defence Force has expanded the scope of its military training and readiness.

Fundamental factors influencing British defence policies

Rebecca Campbell argues in this article that a defence policy centred on sea power and air power plays to Britain’s strengths.

Disinformation in the Western Balkans

Beyond the idealistic presentation of Russia's leadership and its weapons, disinformation has some very serious and sometimes fatal consequences.

What does the Zircon missile mean for European security?

Despite Western fears, the Russian hypersonic Zircon missile does not spell the end of NATO's presence near Russian waters argues Tom King in this submission.

Coronavirus disinformation results in hospitals being filmed

The latest misinformation has resulted in people filming local hospitals.

The British Army towards 2030

In this submission, Geoffrey Roach details how he would structure the British Army to meet the future.

More than 40% of young people put careers on hold

More than 40% of young people put their career plans on hold due to pandemic, according to research presented by BAE Systems.

‘Almost a bomber’ – The Nimrod MRA4

Many people aren't aware that the scrapped Nimrod MRA4 was wired up to carry a range of ordnance including Storm Shadow cruise missiles and satellite guided bombs.

Scotland sees increased defence spend for sixth year

Scotland is the only part of the UK to have seen an increase in spending in each year since 2014 to the tune of £2.1bn, supporting around 12,400 direct jobs in Scotland according to Ministry of Defence figures.

The German Drone Debate Drones On

A Bundeswehr with armed drones would positively contribute to Germany’s foreign policy and international security goals argues



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