A British deterrent has served us well for sixty years, and can serve us well for another sixty
President Vladimir Putin wants the world to know that Russia is back. He wants the world to recognize that Russia is a global power that is to be treated with respect. Most of all, he wants a victory
Here are five very good reasons why the UK should withdraw from the EDA
New thinking about old ideas, refashioned for the modern era, could promote an interesting revival offering benefits to everybody
The August War of four years ago changed international relations for good, and it's time we caught up
Al-Qaeda has been hammered relentlessly, but the War on Terror is far from over. What is at stake is no less than the future of freedom
If the UK is to continue to do nuclear deterrence, it should do it properly. For something as important as our nuclear defences, cut-price half-measures are not good enough
The announcement of NATO’s Interim Missile Defense Capability in Europe is welcome but it is only the first step in a longer process. NATO leaders need to stay committed to missile defense for the long haul
If Afghanistan is to have a chance of survival, the time to adjust course is now. That should be the message coming from NATO's Chicago summit
Ahead of next month's NATO summit in Chicago, President Obama should lead in making clear to diplomats in Greece that Macedonia's membership is not negotiable
Lenoid Tivilov's election represents not a victory for self-determination and democracy but rather the triumph of a Soviet-era cocktail of Russian expansionism, intimidation and ethnic cleansing
When Europe eventually emerges from this economic crisis, will they have the militaries necessary to help America lead?
The growth of India as a global superpower, combined with determined efforts in Afghanistan by NATO and the ANA, means that Pakistan is in a weak position and desperately needs to change course
The success of the Libya operation should encourage the West to help remove Syria’s Assad and Iran’s Ahmadinejad. The job in the MidEast is far from done
Fmr British Ambassador, Charles Crawford shares his views on what the death of Gaddafi will mean for Libyan society moving forward.
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