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Remaking the case for NATO

The UK cannot be complacent about the continuing existence of NATO: a world without the alliance would

Game over?

The European Union has woken up to the threat of cyber attacks, but it’s coming late to

Plugging in the British: completing the circuit

The UK and European Union would both benefit from co-operating closely on foreign policy, defence, and justice

Brexit and defence: an agenda for constructive dialogue in support of European security

In the context of a so-far acrimonious British exit from the European Union, the security and defence

The conventional military balance on the Korean Peninsula

The long-standing tinderbox of the Korean Peninsula, if ignited through another provocation or miscalculation, could spark a

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By John Bew; Gabriel Elefteriu; Andrew Ehrhardt

The UK cannot be complacent about the continuing existence of NATO: a world without the alliance would be even more…

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By Camino Mortera-Martinez

The European Union has woken up to the threat of cyber attacks, but it’s coming late to the party. The…

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By Sophia Besch; Ian Bond; Camino Mortera-Martinez

The UK and European Union would both benefit from co-operating closely on foreign policy, defence, and justice and home affairs…

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By Various Authors

In the context of a so-far acrimonious British exit from the European Union, the security and defence portfolio should present…

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By James Hackett

The long-standing tinderbox of the Korean Peninsula, if ignited through another provocation or miscalculation, could spark a full-scale war that…

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By Bob Seely MP

Bob Seely MP today offers the first comprehensive definition of the nature of modern Russian warfare in a peer-reviewed paper…

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By James Rogers

Defending Europe: ‘Global Britain’ and the Future of European Geopolitics, a new report from The Henry Jackson Society, calls for…

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By Tom Cargill

“The Price of Freedom? A 3% GDP Target for Securing UK International Interests” discusses whether our current spending (around 2.75%…

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By John Hemmings

The weight of the global economy is going to Asia, it is going by sea – and the United Kingdom…

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