DefenceSynergia (DS) has articulated the need for a National Strategy since it was formed more than 10 years ago. We hold to this position today. As do many observers of British Foreign and Defence policy. Now there is a new Strategic dynamic for UK to address. The hegemonic intentions of China.
Intelligence and Security Committee of Parliament report on Russia HERE Presented to Parliament pursuant to section 3 of the Justice and Security Act 2013 Ordered by the House of Commons to be printed on 21 July 2020
Exposing the incoherence and Weakness in the United Kingdom’s Defence and National Defence & Strategy Research Group Security Strategies www.defencesynergia.co.uk Suppose There Was a War and Nobody Came? The British public support the Armed Forces. Yet the polls show that the public does not really know what the Armed Forces do, what they Continue reading
DefenceSynergia (DS) is concerned about the potential economic effect of Covid-19 on United Kingdom (UK) Defence funding which has the most immediate impact on the Readiness, Responsiveness, Resilience, Regeneration and Capacity (R4C) of our Armed Forces. DS feels it wholly appropriate to provide this post-COVID-19 brief ahead of any proposed parliamentary inquiries.
DefenceSynergia is pleased to publish the attached National Audit Office Departmental Overview of the Ministry of Defence for the 2018/2019 FY. It provides a very useful and helpful aide-memoire. HERE
Military Experience and Covid-19 DefenceSynergia (DS) has been consistent in its message to Government that for Her Majesty’s Armed Forces to be cohesive and fit for purpose five principal areas must be defined and funded: Readiness, Responsiveness, Resilience, Regeneration and Capacity (R4C). Failure to do so risks incoherence and reduced military effectiveness that would Continue reading
DefenceSynergia (DS) is pleased to publish a March 2020 NATO report – ‘Science and Technology Trends 2020 to 2040. We wonder if it is not a warning too – a compendium of potential ‘Threats’ for NATO to match or master. DS would argue that HMG’s oft-quoted mantra that quality not quantity is the way ahead Continue reading