Stuart Munnich examines the medical training difficulties for military and civil support.
Author: Stuart Munnich
The West Has Woken Up to the Threat of the Islamic State
Stuart Munnich examines the US-led coalition response to the emerging threat from the Islamic State and its implications.
Is ISIS more dangerous than al Qaeda?
Stuart Munnich looks at the growing threat posed to the West by ISIS and whether this outstrips that of al Qaeda.
Post-Afghanistan: Training for Environments other than Sand
Stuart Munnich looks at the challenges facing NATO member militaries from procurement to operations in a post-Afghanistan world.
Afghanistan Election Crisis: Both Candidates Claim Victory
Stuart looks at what implications the election results in Afghanistan could hold for the future.
The importance of protecting our satellite systems
Stuart discusses how heavily western militaries rely on satellites and why they are under threat.
Adapting the Military to the Future of Conflict
Stuart Munnich looks at how militaries are using simulation to tackle budget cuts and the changing nature of warfare.
The Dangers of Conflic Reporting (Part 2/2)
In the second part of this series, Stuart look at the reasons why there has been an increase in journalists’ deaths in conflict zones.
The Dangers of Conflict Reporting (Part 1/2)
In the first of this two part series on journalists’ deaths in conflict zones, Stuart demonstrates that since the 2000s the number of deaths has increased.
The Effectiveness of Drones as a Counterterrorism Tool
Exploring how the use of drones has had a positive effect in the war on terror and combating terrorism.