In July, U.S. President Donald Trump made waves in Brussels by suggesting that the U.S. might "do its own thing" if NATO Alliance members don't meet defence spending commitments.
Splendid isolation or Entente Cordial? The future of UK-EU defence industrial cooperation post-Brexit
What is the future of UK-EU defence industrial cooperation in the post-Brexit environment?
NATO is arguably over-complicated by the subordinate nature of the military structure to that of its political structure.
Diego Garcia is one of the last British footholds ‘East of Suez’ and the last British possession in the Indian Ocean.
While the announcement of a full-scale mock-up of a twin engine single-seater called Tempest at the Farnborough Airshow was widely reported, don't read too much into it.
After collecting some feedback from our readers and other defence commentators, we've decided to make some changes.
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.
There's a lot of misunderstanding and myth circulating about how many ships the shipyards on the Clyde are expecting to build, but what's the truth?
So great is the impact of larger aircraft carriers as a visible deterrent, they're often used as a geopolitical chess piece.
The Type 26 Frigate, or 'City class', represents one of the most capable warships the Royal Navy has owned in decades, albeit one of the most costly.