REBECCA WARREN Rebecca is a Warfare Officer in the Royal Navy, currently studying at the UK Defence Academy and King’s College London. Her Masters by Research is examining China’s use of economic power in the international system, with particular focus on the Belt and Road Initiative, you can follow her on Twitter here. Two thousand… Read More China’s Belt and Road Initiative: a Eurasian Game
GARETH W Gareth is an Army Officer currently studying at the UK’s Defence Academy and King’s College London. He is undertaking a Masters by Research that is considering the utility of Cold War deterrence experience to the theory and practice of modern deterrence. Almost two decades into the twenty-first century, academics and practitioners alike risk… Read More Recasting Modern Deterrence
CHRIS FOGARTY Chris Fogarty is currently studying for a Masters by Research in Defence Studies with Kings College London, specialising in Information Advantage. He is also a student on the UK’s Advanced Command and Staff Course. It is often said that we’re living in the information age. Yet quite what the implications of modern communications… Read More Technology alone will not save the military in the Information Age
DUNCAN REDFORD Dr Duncan Redford is a naval historian who is working on the relationship between the Royal Navy and 19th/20th century British national identity. This post originally appeared on History & Policy in 2017 and is reproduced with permission. Will Brexit lead to a naval renaissance for the British? Britain is leaving the European Union. The EU… Read More Brexit and the case for a naval policy renaissance
KEITH SLACK Keith Slack is currently studying at the Defence Academy and with King’s College London. He is completing a Masters in Research on “information power” and has extensive experience in the projection of information power in current and past operations. Possessing robust capabilities and communicating the will to use them are essential elements of… Read More Information Power in Action: Salisbury, deterrence & the importance of attribution
WILLIAM MCKERAN William McKeran is studying at the UK Defence Academy and King’s College London. He is undertaking a Masters by Research that is using complexity theory to analyse the UK’s National Security Council, Fusion Doctrine and the Russian Federation. If you have any follow ups, contact him on Twitter Sir Mark Sedwill recently outlined the UK’s… Read More Strategic thought: the complexity of security
KEITH SLACK Keith Slack is a serving officer in the Royal Air Force and is currently studying at the Defence Academy and with King’s College London. He is completing a Masters in Research on “Information Power” and has extensive experience in the projection of information power in current and past operations. As exclaimed by infowars.com,… Read More Information Power!
JONATHAN FENNELL Jonathan Fennell is author of Fighting the People’s War: The British and Commonwealth Armies and the Second World War, which was published by Cambridge University Press in February 2019. Three quarters of a century ago, soldiers of the British and Commonwealth Armies were embroiled in one of the iconic battles of the Second… Read More The Furlough Mutiny and the Struggle for Cassino in the Second World War
CHRIS TUCK In a paper published recently, I explore some of the challenges of thinking about technology and the future of war. We’ve seen in the world in the last fifty years or so what many consider to be an unprecedented rate of technological change, a process that seems to be speeding up. For example,… Read More Technology, Uncertainty, and Future War
LOUISE KETTLE Dr Louise Kettle is an Assistant Professor at the School of Politics and International Relations at the University of Nottingham. Her research examines how lessons from history are learned and the relationship between Britain and the Middle East. Her latest book Learning from the History of British Interventions in the Middle East is… Read More What is Military Learning in the C21st?