Using and mis-using history

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"History does not only provide ammunition for politicians or history nerds, it is also of vital importance for the military. History does not provide...

The deterioration of deterrence?

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"For NATO, changed almost beyond recognition following Vladimir Putin’s latest military aggression and revitalised as a newly vibrant security body, grown both in size...

Polycrisis: The new normal

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"The world feels more complex, precarious, and dangerous than it has for some time." – General Sir Patrick Sanders, Chief of the General Staff,...

War’s final frontier?

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"Ultimately, the picture Tim Marshall paints is not a cheery one. The emergence of great power competition has heralded another space race. What is...

Lest we forget

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"Read your history. Because we no longer have a national memory to aid our act of Remembrance by strengthening the collective ritual with universal...

Live. Fight. Survive.

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"At a time when much of the world’s attention has been diverted, Live. Fight. Survive. serves to remind readers of the intensity and severity...

A decade done: What next for the Joint Expeditionary Force?

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"The Joint Expeditionary Force exists not to undermine NATO but to complement its goals and activities and, more generally, to collaborate with any organisation...

Israelophobia

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"Israelophobia inhabits a divisive space, even amongst those defining the parameters of modern antisemitism." – CHACR Fellow Ben Tomlinson reviews Jake Wallis Simons' timely...

Vive L’Evolution: The next chapter in campaigning

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"The lessons of the last few years have demonstrated, perhaps above all else, that ‘Concentration of Force’, in the physical sense at least, is...

Digital dilemma

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"What is crystal clear is that, when faced with the sort of threat that confronts Ukraine, and when supported by a multiplicity of different...