Syria: We should not arm the rebels
Pouring arms into Syria could escalate violence, trigger an arms race and lead to a mistake of historic proportions, writes Conservative MP John Baron
Is Jamraya a Syrian WMD site?
Anthony Tucker-Jones reports on the ongoing controversy surrounding Israel's attack on Syria's scientific research centre
GoCo and a myriad of unanswered questions
As the government considers putting defence procurement into the hands of the private sector, Alison Seabeck asks the questions she hasn't been able to pose from the opposition front bench
Israel and the escalating Syrian conflict
Defence analyst Anthony Tucker-Jones reports on Israel's long expected air strikes against Syria
The recent green paper could give the UK's reserves a major boost, says Chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group for the Reserve Forces and Cadets Julian Brazierů
'The government's plans for reservists ring hollow'
The plan to get rid of 20,000 soldiers and to expect reservists to fill the gap is based on flawed assumptions, will produce false economies, and is high risk, writes Conservative MP John Baron
Withdrawal from Germany – a nightmare for the UK's defence infrastructure?
Shoehorning British troops pulling out of Germany into the UK will be no small task, reports Anthony Tucker-Jones
'We in the armed forces put our faith in Maggie'
After providing decisive leadership during the Falklands conflict, Margaret Thatcher kept Britain militarily strong in the face of all possible threats and dangers, writes Commander John Muxworthy
Korea – war to be resumed shortly?
Defence analyst Anthony Tucker-Jones warns that the resumption of the Korean War will benefit no one
Setting the cyber standard
GCHQ's Jonathan Hoyle outlines how the organisation is working with the MoD and public and private sector groups to strengthen cyber security across the UKů
Why did the British Army stay in Germany for so long?
Defence analyst Anthony Tucker-Jones considers the ramifications of Britain's early withdrawal from Germany
Iraq – a conflict designed on deceptions
The US entered Iraq with the January 2001 vision of regime change; it exited with the December 2008 image of a journalist throwing both his shoes at a surprised President in Baghdad. Professor Scott Lucas reflects on the war 10 years after the invasion
It is a most impressive magazine, a view shared by Rear Admiral Simon Goodall. He is keen that we are seen to be taking a lead in defence individual training and education, and wishes to retain the link we have established with you.
Lieutenant Colonel A Munro, DG Training and Education, MoD