Press conference by NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg at the conclusion of the Brussels Summit Nice words, where is the substance? Good afternoon. We have had a very good summit. Over the past two days, we have taken major decisions to strengthen NATO’s deterrence and defence. To step up in the fight against terrorism. And Continue reading
DS is pleased to be able to post Sir John Parker’s summary letter to the Secretary of State for Defence and Chief Secretary to the Treasury covering his findings, conclusions and recommendations for a UK National Shipbuilding Strategy. On first reading, notwithstanding some reservations DS still holds over the terms of reference that confined Sir John, we congratulate him Continue reading
DS is pleased to publish the NAO impact assessment into SDSR 2015. We note that the NAO has used the word ‘risk’ more than once and alongside ‘future’ this accords to some degree with the DS earlier assessment that SDSR 2015 did not fully address capability gaps in the short term – which translates as risk – Continue reading
DS is pleased to publish Dr James Bosbotinis’s most welcome paper on UK strategy. British Strategy in an Age of Uncertainty
Click on the links below to download the UK official doctrine documents (PDFs)
Click here to download (PDF) By Andrew Dorman, Matthew Uttley and Benedict Wilkinson King’s College London April 2015
INTRODUCTION It has been cogently argued by the Chair of the Public Administration Select Committee (PASC), The Hon Bernard Jenkin MP, that Her Majesty’s Government (HMG) does not have an articulated Grand Strategy for the UK.