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Electronic Warfare Podcast 19: Finger on the Pulse

The dangers of the electromagnetic pulse are back on the agenda, fortunately, technology is helping to mitigate this threat. Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in...
The planned Nord Stream-2 natural gas pipeline running from Russia to Germany under the Baltic Sea appears all but dead as a result of Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

Contagion

Our colleagues at TangentLink share with Armada their latest assessment of the economic and strategic fallout from the ongoing war in Ukraine. Bottom-line: Events are...
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Radioflash!

Unleashing the power of the electromagnetic pulse could be devastating for critical national infrastructure. In late February, Rafael Advanced Defence Systems announced the selection of...
A Walk in the Woods

Park Life – A review of Lee Blessing’s ‘A Walk in the Woods’

Three decades since the end of the Cold War this epoch continues to fascinate historians and dramatists alike. Like many great works of drama Lee...
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Offence for Defence?

A new academic article offers a thought-provoking view of Russian aerospace doctrine, raising questions about the country’s offensive use of electronic warfare. The article, entitled...

Albion and the Apocalypse

Upon becoming the United Kingdom’s prime minister on 13 July Theresa May, like her predecessors, was asked to write several letters by the cabinet...

USAF Buys a Bigger Bang

The US moves ahead with nuclear modernisation against a backdrop of deepening crises and fiscal uncertainty. The Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons of...
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Trump and Iran: Towards escalation?

The election of Donald Trump as US President has immediately led to concerns about the implications for the nuclear deal that has been agreed...

The End of Charleroi

In the third of our four-part series on the potential effect of nuclear weapons on selected targets around the world, we examine the possible...

Missile Mishaps

The Royal Navy’s Lockheed Martin UGM-133A Trident D-5 Submarine-Launched Ballistic Missiles (SLBMs) are back in the headlines, following revelations on 22nd January that a...

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