All articles by Samuel Cranny-Evans

Samuel Cranny-Evans is a research analyst at the Royal United Services Institute and contributor to Naval Technology.

Samuel Cranny-Evans

Pandora’s box: The challenge of Western aid to Ukraine

The myriad of military equipment provided to Kyiv has brought about its own challenges.

The role of AI in the People’s Liberation Army

China is a leader in military AI investment, but what progress has it made in developing autonomous platforms?

Paving the way for force integration: practical considerations

We consider the practical aspects of domain integration, from equipment to bandwidth and AI-powered data processing.

Despite failures in Ukraine, don’t underestimate Russia’s armed forces

Russia’s armed forces struggled during the Ukraine invasion, but the country’s arsenal still poses a threat.

Russia’s coastal defence systems: supporting limited naval capabilities

Russia relies on an array of coastal defence missiles to protect its large and unmanageable coastline. Samuel Cranny-Evans explores the country’s coastal defence strategy and capabilities.