When it loses the UK, the EU loses an important military power, which makes the remaining countries keener than ever to collaborate.
What is hybrid warfare, and why would Australia benefit from its technological developments?
As military organisations become less oriented towards violence, the traditional, aggressive, warrior-like culture of the military has to be balanced with new task requirements.
The author sat in on one of the Swedish military's virtual reality training exercises. Here's what they saw.
There's no doubt it was time for the United Nations mission in Liberia to end. But there are some gaps in the country's plan to move on without the men and women in blue helmets.
Equality is coming to the British Armed Forces, whether it's wanted or not.
Military institutions and militarised cultures seek to generate a unity of people and purpose. Initiation rituals have been a historically stable strategy to achieve this.
After the Somme the British army was supplied with vastly more firepower than before. This would decide the course of this war.
Worried that a shortage of language speakers could be a security risk, the army now gives soldiers cash incentives to learn them.
Unpicking the gap between rhetoric and reality.
The country's actual offensive cyber capabilities remain shrouded in the classified world. But what is public is enough to discuss potential cyber weapons and how they might be used.
Grand plans designed to reduce reliance on oil will struggle to create an economy which helps all the Kingdom's subjects.
It's time to challenge the misconceptions plaguing veterans.
A retired major general and judge advocate considers the legalities of Trump's bombastic anti-ISIS talk.
Drones are increasingly being used by law enforcement agencies around the world, but this raises some issues around privacy and regulation.
Asking 'Have you served in the military?' may seem like a minor issue, but it's actually much more important than you might think. And it's a question that few doctors make a point of asking.
Across the world, debates have emerged around the extent to which the legislative branch should be involved in – and even have the final say on – authorisation of military deployment.
David Cameron talks like he can change the fight against Islamic State. But Britain's international role has been dwindling for years.
British chief of defence staff did cross the line when discussing the nuclear option.
Assembled at the cost of billions of dollars, Iraq's army has never amounted to much – and it's not the first foreign-built military to fail so spectacularly.