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In-Depth Briefing #75: Due South

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"The US and the UK must recognise that they need humility rather than hubris to re-establish productive relationships with states they previously ignored but...

In-Depth Briefing #74: Views from the North

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"With a 1,340 kilometre land border and littorals that border the Baltic, Norway and Barents Seas into the waters of ‘High North’, they ...

In-Depth Briefing #73: Europe’s weakest link?

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"Ireland’s position of neutrality, instead of earning admiration from European allies, has drawn the burgeoning realisation that the state’s defence has been underwritten by...

In-Depth Briefing #72: The complicated case of NATO and Serbia

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"With concerns of a wider, regional war with Russia, the best militaries in NATO – the US, UK, France and Italy – stand to...

In-Depth Briefing #71: Time to broker peace in Myanmar

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"The US would not only find enthusiastic interlocutors in General Min Aung Hlaing and members of his military administration, but could provide pro-democratic forces...

In-Depth Briefing #70: A changing of the Chinese guard?

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"China’s leaders, having previously considered a successful military campaign to take Taiwan as the stuff of fantasy, are increasingly considering it to be a...

In-Depth Briefing #69: Space trash

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"Serious damage to satellites, the International Space Station and other space craft is relatively rare. However, as the low Earth orbit region of space...

In-Depth Briefing #68: Ranger Regiment

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"The progress made by The Ranger Regiment in its first two years of existence has been staggering. Significant investment by Government and the British...
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In-Depth Briefing #67: Mission Command

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"The mantra ‘what would the Daily Mail think?’ is often used to test the reasonableness of courses of action and the anticipated political impact...

In-Depth Briefing #66: NATO at 75

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"NATO’s 75th anniversary represents far more than a significant milestone for the alliance. Russian aggression in Ukraine has finally vindicated the organisation’s formation, and...