Category Archives: Defence

Cooperation key to the future of UK Defence and Security policy

In the latest of our Expert Opinion articles, Baroness Jolly looks back at the 2015 Strategic Defence and Security Review and sets out some thoughts on the future of Liberal Democrat Defence policy. Baroness Jolly is a Liberal Democrat Peer and her party’s spokesman on Defence. To follow Baroness Jolly on Twitter – @jollyjudith Over the last […]

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SDSR 2015: Initial Analysis

Following the publication of the Strategic Defence and Security Review, Endeavour Public Affairs’ Defence and Security expert, Liam Purbrick sets out his initial analysis what the Review will mean for the future of our Armed Forces and the opportunities that may now be available to the Defence industry. Liam is a defence and security expert. […]

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The European defence agenda

In the latest of our Expert Opinion articles, Geoffrey Van Orden MBE MEP looks at the growing importance of defence at the EU level and sets out his concerns about the current direction of European defence policy. Geoffrey Van Orden is a former senior British Army officer. He is a Conservative MEP for the East […]

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Fifty shades of grey? What the manifestos say on defence

As the General Election campaign draws to a close Endeavour Public Affairs’ Liam Purbrick looks at what the individual parties had to say about defence in their manifestos and considers what this will mean for defence post May the 7th. Liam is a defence and security expert.  Prior to joining EPA he spent nine years […]

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The magic two per cent: defence by sound-bite?

As the General Election campaign draws to a close Endeavour Public Affairs looks back at how defence featured in the campaign.  In this article EPA’s own Liam Purbrick focuses on the issue of the two per cent of GDP being spent on defence and asks whether this is a sensible approach to deciding how much […]

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We must not turn our back on Afghanistan

As members of the UK Armed Forces prepare to leave Afghanistan in 2014, Endeavour Public Affairs will be publishing a series of exclusive articles reflecting on the last 12 years of UK involvement in Afghanistan and what the future may hold for this country.  Our third article is written by Sir Robert Smith MP, who […]

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Britain’s fourth Afghan war

As members of the UK Armed Forces prepare to leave Afghanistan in 2014, Endeavour Public Affairs will be publishing a series of exclusive articles reflecting on the last 12 years of UK involvement in Afghanistan and what the future may hold for this country.  Our second article is written by Professor Michael Clarke, who concludes […]

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