Royal Navy

What should be on the new foreign secretary’s agenda?

The Council on Geostrategy asks nine experts what should be on the agenda of David Cameron, the new foreign secretary

France and Britain: Opposing traditions of the law of the sea

Julien Lalanne de Saint-Quentin investigates the different approaches France and Britain have to the maritime space

British prosperity: The importance of the sea

Dr Carl Hunter OBE investigates the role of the maritime domain and those acting within it in ensuring British prosperity

Lessons from Britain’s National Shipbuilding Strategy

Emma Salisbury investigates the issues facing global shipbuilding and where British strategy may provide a way forward

Adapting the British Army for a maritime century

William Freer analyses how the British Army can best prepare itself for the geopolitical context of a maritime century

The future of underwater warfare

Prof. Andrew Lambert investigates the future of underwater warfare and how it has developed historically

Britain continues to prioritise the Indo-Pacific

Gray Sergeant analyses the House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee report on Britain’s Indo-Pacific engagement

The Royal Navy’s undersea capabilities: Deep enough?

Tom Sharpe OBE assesses the purpose, strength, and distinguishing features of the Royal Navy’s undersea capabilities

Why Britain should join Exercise Malabar

Robert Clark argues that as Britain further commits to the Indo-Pacific, the Royal Navy should join Exercise Malabar

How will geopolitics affect food security over the next 20 years?

The Council on Geostrategy asks seven strategic experts to explain how geopolitics will affect food security over the next 20 years