Royal Navy

Cyber maritime: A priority for Britain

Basil Germond, Joe Burton, Daniel Prince and Simona R. Soare investigate the importance of the cyber domain to Britain’s naval power

How could the UK augment its nuclear forces?

The Council on Geostrategy asks 11 experts how the UK could augment its nuclear forces

AUKMIN 2024 advances AUKUS

Lord Risby reflects on AUKMIN 2024 and how it progressed AUKUS, as well as the significance of the agreement for the UK more broadly

The case for AUKUS public diplomacy

Euan Graham, John Hemmings and James Rogers argue that AUKUS needs a Public Diplomacy Division akin to NATO’s

How the Gripen will complement the F-16 in the skies over Ukraine

Thomas Atmaciyan analyses the capabilities that the JAS-39 Gripen, in tandem with the F-16, would grant Ukraine in its fight against Russia

Suppressing the Houthis: The potential for British carrier strike

Benedict Baxendale-Smith investigates the prospect of deploying a British aircraft carrier to the Red Sea

In defence of Britain’s carriers

William Freer defends Britain’s aircraft carriers and refutes many of the criticisms levied against them

The Red Sea: Britain’s uncertain link

James Fargher analyses Britain’s contemporary interests in the Red Sea, before arguing for a more permanent naval presence in the region

How should we best prepare for multi-front crises?

The Council on Geostrategy asks six experts how Britain should best prepare for multi-front crises in today’s Big Ask

Oceans under pressure: China’s challenge to the maritime order

Peter Dutton analyses the key tenants of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea, and how China undermines them