Analysis

  • Sizing up South Korea’s defence strategy

    South Korea’s proximity to both its belligerent northern neighbour North Korea and China has made it a strategic lynchpin for the US and other allies. It’s no surprise then that...

  • Breaking in: UK MoD procurement and SMEs

    Mention “military procurement” and in the main it tends to be multi-million pound acquisition programmes and major international defence contractors that spring instantly to mind, rather than the openings that...

  • Moving ahead in the virtual battlespace

    ‘Wargames’ have taken on a whole new meaning with the advent of realistic simulation technology, as the British army, like an increasing number of the world’s armed forces, has embraced...

  • Global Defence Technology: Issue 75

    In this issue: The race for satellite servicing robots in the US, Finland’s defence upgrades, replacing the Royal Navy’s Harpoon missiles, why NATO must adapt to survive, and more.

  • Finland’s defence in focus

    Finland’s defence capability faces what the government has described as “an exceptional situation” in the 2020s, as the main core systems of both the country’s air force and army need...

  • Talking cyber security skills with BAE

    Reflecting the climate of concern around the now ever-present threat of cyber attacks, BAE Systems is to recruit 80 graduates into its cyber security business in 2017, a number which...