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Ares & Athena

The occasional papers of the Centre for Historical Analysis and Conflict Research.

Ares & Athena – Issue 16

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NATO, we are repeatedly told by politicians and the denizens of both the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and the Ministry of Defence, sits at...

Ares & Athena – Issue 15

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The House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee released a report on China in April 2019, with the name “China and the Rules-Based International System”....

Ares & Athena – Issue 14

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Both the previous and the current professional heads of the British Army believe that failure in warfare is as much about being out-thought as...

Ares & Athena – Issue 13

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On 22nd March 2018, the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst played host to an historical conference as part of Operation REFLECT, the British Army's on-going...

Ares & Athena – Issue 12

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Back in April 2015, during the very first Centre for Historical Analysis and Conflict Research workshop – Contributing to strategic influence and prosperity –...

Ares & Athena – Issue 11

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On Tuesday 26th September 2017 the Centre for Historical Analysis and Conflict Research held a study day on the Western Balkans. The event was...

Ares & Athena – Issue 10

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Turkey is a complex and dynamic country, generating more international news content in an average week than most countries do in a year. Its...

Ares & Athena – Issue 9

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The CHACR's inaugural workshop in July 2015 addressed how the Army should best contribute to the UK’s strategic influence and prosperity. This challenge was...

Ares & Athena – Issue 8

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On Wednesday 15 February, the CHACR hosted a workshop sponsored by Brigadier Army Staff (BAS) focused on 'command effectiveness' or, in other words, boosting...

Ares & Athena – Issue 7

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"Deterrence, in the Cold War, was a relatively straightforward concept to understand," said one of the speakers at the recent CHACR workshop that considered...