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- Defend and Deter: Missiles 1: Dr. Lee Willett examines the requirements for naval defence against the air threat.
- Penetrating Maritime A2/AD: Missiles 2: Jon Lake reviews air launched stand-off missiles that can penetrate anti-access / area denied zones.
- Navies Surface Interest in Unmanned Systems: From UAS to UUVs and more, the maritime options are increasingly varied, finds Tim Fish.
- Huawei’s Perceived Threat Explained: Much has been made of Huawei’s threat to national security structures. Tom Withington clears the static on what to consider.
- Covid Setback for SOF Training: The pandemic has hindered multilateral training, but SOF operators are finding ways to keep their skills honed, says Andrew White.
- Eyes in the Sky: Unmanned aerial surveillance is becoming more prevalent as a cost-effective way of monitoring diverse borders, finds JR Ng.
- Analysts Column: Ben Ho believes that a biplane raid during World War II may yield lessons in mitigating capability shortfalls while still delivering results.