DS is pleased to publish the Philp Dunne report on Growing the Contribution of Defence and UK Prosperity
Summary NATO is the cornerstone of UK defence. The 2018 NATO summit is taking place against a backdrop of increasing political uncertainty and potential military threat. As in previous times of danger, the UK Government must work with allies to ensure the country’s security. NATO has responded to the change in threat following the annexation Continue reading
The Ministry of Defence’s Modernising Defence Programme (MDP) must address the challenges presented by the resurgence of state-based threats and be supported by a fully-funded and sustainable financial settlement, says a report published by the Defence Committee.
After the publication of the House of Commons Defence Comittee report on the Royal Marines and UK Amphibious Capability, DS Publishes its input to this important inquiry. The Full report can be read HERE and the DS submission below. 01. DefenceSynergia (DS) was formed by former directors and policy board members of the United Kingdom National Continue reading
National Defence & Strategy Research Group Exposing the incoherence and weakness in the United Kingdom’s Defence and Security Strategies DefenceSynergia’s Input to the Mini SDSR Process and the HoCDC September 2017 Winston Churchill was once asked by a new MP what he considered an MP’s most important quality. The great man replied ‘Courage’. The MP was a little surprised, Continue reading
DS is pleased to reproduce the House of Commons Defence Committee report SDSR 2015 and the Army. The report includes two DS submissions in the written evidence with many of our own thoughts concurring with it’s conclusions. FULL REPORT
DS examines defence funding: More Money or Use it Better? On 9th Apr 2017, Roger Bootle, a financial consultant, published an article for the Telegraph entitled “Why the Government should be spending more on defence”. His position can be summarized using two of his statements: “It is all a matter of how much of your Continue reading