An alternative interpretation of the ‘green-on-blue’ attacks in Afghanistan
The sceptre of nationalism, the bane of any politics student, continues to be as enigmatic and opaque as ever. In the study of international relations we see the nation barely, through glimpses in chinks of the state’s armour. …
By 2020, Britain will have an Army at its smallest size since the start of the Napoleonic Wars.
With the end of the Cold War, the past two decades has witnessed a shift away from ‘made in Britain’ defence products in a cialis series of efforts to reduce defence expenditure and balance the books.
Diego Garcia-an island in the Chagos Archipelago, is a footprint-shaped atoll in the Indian Ocean, a tropical paradise in a vast ocean. Today the island is more associated with…the war on terrorism.
The F-35 is a flawed design that is just becoming too expensive at a time when the military needs to be able to do more with less resources.
The events of the Arab spring and the controversy over the use of British arms by repressive regions against protestors have undoubtedly renewed focus on our arms control position.
As the 30th anniversary nears it is time to reassess not just the current tensions between Argentina and the UK over the islands but also what is being done, given the governments steadfast commitment to keeping the islands, to ensure their defence and long term future.
An Article by Sam Storr …