• Geospatial Battles Gain Global Dominance

    Wars are on longer just won on battlefields, on the land or at sea. Dr Gareth Evans examines a new breed of geospatial warfare presenting new threats to today's militaries.

  • Will Elizabeth Rule the Waves?

    In 1998, the UK announced two new aircraft carriers would be built to serve the country into the 21st century. But, with two massive conflicts still not fully resolved, is...

  • How Missiles Can Save the World

    Gordon Feller looks at Obama's plans for missile defence in Europe. How might they shape cooperation in the region for industry and defence?

  • BAE Goes Solo Under the Sea

    BAE Systems has recently unveiled its latest and lightest unmanned autonomous mini submarine, Talisman L. Alex Hawkes gets an exclusive low-down on the project from the company's autonomous systems manager...

  • EADS: 50/50 by 2020?

    Will Europe's leading aerospace and defence group survive falling profits, production cuts and penalties? Paul French investigates if EADS can fulfil its chief exec's dream of a better-balanced business.

  • DSEi: When Ethics Count

    Protests are not new at DSEi – but should the event be looking beyond small business to promote ethics in defence?

  • The Tortoise in the Air

    The US navy once led its peers into early UAV experimentation. So, why is it the last to push out the current generation of UAVs? Richard Gasparre investigates.

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