DefenceSynergia (DS) has recently written to the Public Accounts and Defence Committees following-up on the 2020 National Audit Office NAO report into Carrier Strike. It is therefore timely that the NAO has itself released its most recent report into the MOD’s 2020/2030 Equipment Plan which they claim still indicates an element of underfunding despite the Continue reading
DefenceSynergia provided written evidence to and publishes here the Public Accounts Committee report entitled ‘Delivering Carrier Strike’ which was formally released on 13th November. Some of the headlines in the media and on social media have been lurid – read and decide for yourself. Full report HERE
DefenceSynergia is pleased to publish the latest NATO Defence Spending Report by country for the period 2013 to 2020. HERE
DefenceSynergia is pleased to publish the latest report by the House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee – A brave new Britain? The future of the UK’s international policy – not least because, in a Strategic Defence and Security context, it supports the position DS has held for over a decade. To quote just one element Continue reading
DefenceSynergia (DS) publishes here a March 2020 United States Government Accountability Office report entitled Weapon System Sustainment ‘DoD Needs a Strategy for Re-Designing the F35’s Central Logistic System’. We also publish a 14th September 2020 letter to the UK Defence Committee sent by The Honourable Jeremy Quinn MP, Minister of State for Defence Procurement, covering Continue reading
Since 2000 The Pentagon has produced an annual report for the United States Congress on Military and Security Developments Involving the Peoples Republic of China. This year’s report, just released, says this in its introductory paragraphs: DoD’s first annual report to Congress in 2000 assessed the PRC’s armed forces at that time to be a Continue reading
“DefenceSynergia is pleased to publish the Defence Committee’s report into the Integrated Defence, Security and Foreign Policy Review. A graphics summary can be accessed HERE.