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The UK in the Far East – The Relevance of the British Forces in Brunei

Britain's foothold in the Far East plays an important role for British interests in the region amidst growing tensions over the South China Sea.

Britain was right to sink the Belgrano

"It was absolutely not a war crime. It was an act of war, lamentably legal" said the Belgrano's Captain, Hector Bonzo.

Challenger 2: Compared to the Competition

Challenger 2, aka the FV4034, is the UKs Main Battle Tank (MBT). Other world powers across the globe also use MBTs in their armies. How does it compare?

Why the F-35 is an asset for the UK in coalition warfare

The F-35 will drastically increase the situational awareness of the forces with which it will deploy, giving coalition forces unprecedented capability.

Donald Trump and the UK: implications for the special relationship

On the 9th of November 2016 the world was shocked to realise that businessman and television personality Donald Trump was to be the President of the United States of America.

How do the new British carriers stack up against the Admiral Kuznetsov?

With the high profile deployment of Russian carrier Admiral Kuznetsoz to Syria, we take a look at how the Queen Elizabeth class compare.

The Venator-110, could this be Britain’s future light frigate?

BMT Defence Services offering to the Type 31 Frigate programme, the Venator-110, is emerging as the most serious contender, let's take a look.

Trident, what are the facts?

The Trident missile system is housed on the UK's four Vanguard class submarines which form the UK's strategic nuclear missile force.

What exactly is the Chilcot Inquiry anyway?

The Iraq Inquiry, also referred to as the Chilcot Inquiry, covers the run-up to the Iraq conflict, the subsequent military action and its aftermath with the purpose to establish the way decisions were made. The purpose of this is to determine what happened and to identify lessons to ensure that in a similar situation in future, the British government is equipped to...

BREXIT: Decision to leave EU ‘likely to boost’ UK arms companies

A boost to UK arms companies and their suppliers may be delivered by BREXIT.

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