Analysis

  • 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.

  • Operation Atalanta

    Merchant shipping has been notoriously vulnerable to pirate attacks throughout history. However, the arrival of Operation Atalanta has signalled a new age of protection and defence for vessels on some...

  • When Electrical Equipment Should Not Go To Waste

    Defence companies supplying electronics for EU-based contracts could face environmental compliance regulations. In the first of a two-part look at compliance, columnist John Maclean describes what this could mean for...

  • Capturing Pirates in Real Time

    A sharp increase in piracy has caused naval forces to find safer and more-efficient ways of inspecting suspect vessels. Alex Hawkes talks to Global Secure Systems managing director David Hobson...

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