By Nicholas Drummond After a gap of several months, this article provides a deep dive discussion of how the Army’s Integrated Review Strategy needs to
What does Russia’s invasion of Ukraine mean for the UK’s Integrated Review and the British Army?
By Nicholas Drummond The Integrated Review and Defence Command Paper were a necessary reset of UK defence priorities. In order to make defence affordable and
Matching Brainpower with Firepower – The British Army’s new Ranger Regiment
By Major (Ret’d) Andrew Fox The creation of the UK’s new Ranger Regiment was billed as an exciting expansion of the British Army’s capabilities, but
STATE OF THE UNION SUMMARY OF BRITISH DEFENCE PRIORITIES
By Nicholas Drummond Eight months after the Integrated Review and Defence Command Paper were published, this article looks at UK defence as a whole to
HAVE LOITERING MUNITIONS MADE TANKS OBSOLETE?
By Nicholas Drummond Graphic images of Armenian T-72s being obliterated by Azerbaijani loitering munitions or “kamikaze drones,” as the media prefer to call them, suggest
The light army / heavy army cycle
By Bruce Newsome History shows that Western states regularly regress to light forces, then regret it. A guest article by Bruce Oliver Newsome, Ph.D., a