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Andy Hall for the Observer A new agreement critical to Britain's Trident nuclear weapons system, was signed the other day by British and US officials...We had to rely on the White House, and a message from Barack Obama to the US Congress, to tell us
The report was issued by the China Strategy Culture Promotion Association. It said the breakthroughs in Japan are occurring in every conceivable aspect, "from concepts, strategy and policies to defense organization, military equipment and deployment".
After 100 years of continuous war, can Britain learn the limits of military action to respond to shifting realities of insecurity? Continued investment in force projection and lack of commitment to genuine reflection on today's security challenges
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will likely push with fresh urgency next year a bid to ease legal limits on the Japanese military's ability to fight shoulder to shoulder with allies overseas, a goal that eluded him in his first troubled term. Lifting Japan'
U.S President Barack Obama on Friday emerge that he would absolution a new national security scheme afterlight a agnate certificate he handed out in 2010 in which he had call on building strategic relationship with India. I am
24 Washington: US President Barack Obama on Friday announced that he would release a new national security strategy, updating a similar document he issued in 2010, in which he had describe on building "strategic relationship" with India. "I am
In fact, too often we weigh extenuating circumstances rather than guilty actions. In the case of the Boston bombers, observers search for reasons why the attacks occurred. But the failure to view the attackers as anything other than simply guilty and
Minister Julia Gillard has a poor track record on national security and her new plan has no new initiatives except on co-locating cyber security teams, opposition defence science spokesman Stuart Robert says. He said the prime minister's track record
We've got the long war but we don't seem to have a long game . Instead of a strategy, we have aspirations (We want a stable Middle East) and we have laundry lists (check out the 2010 National Security Strategy ). But as I have written in a previous
Martin Argles for the Guardian Ministers and their most senior advisers are failing to face up to the consequences of Britain's declining influence and role in the world. Indeed, they do not even recognise that its power and influence is diminishing.