A Decade Ago and Again in 2020 DefenceSynergia Proposed An Examination of United Kingdom Future Grand Strategy Summary For 10 years DefenceSynergia (DS) has advocated that the UK Government articulate a National Grand Strategy. Despite many asking for strategic clarity the Government has obfuscated, offering all manner of policy, plans and political direction Continue reading
A refreshed strategy for a globally successful, innovative and sustainable shipbuilding enterprise. Refresh National Shipbuilding Strategy 22 March 2022
DefenceSynergia (DS) has just had sight of the Strategic Command ‘Strategy’ Paper and is taking the opportunity to publish it in full HERE. We leave it to readers to decide for themselves on the merits of its content and where this glossy document might fit within the overall drive for an articulated National Grand Strategy.
Following the publication of the Integrated Review and Command Paper DefenceSynergia is pleased to publish the Army Future Soldier – Transforming the British Army publication presented by General Sir Mark Carleton-Smith Chief of the General Staff on 22 March 2021. HERE
A Question for all Laymen Introduction Presently, it is difficult to see how best the United Kingdom’s security and defence assets should be deployed. Their budget is constrained by the demands of Covid19 and those from other government departments. Significant savings from within the Ministry of Defence’s budget can only be made if operational effectiveness Continue reading
National Defence & Strategy Research Group Exposing the incoherence and weakness in the United Kingdom’s Defence and Security Strategies The British Political Class May Be Distracted But Defence and Security Still Matter DefenceSynergia (DS) is alarmed that whilst The Government and Opposition parties play their introspective games in Parliament and at party level that the Continue reading