In the third in a series of three, Daniel Woodburn examines military apportionment in the event of Scottish independence
Trident: Stirring Up Murky Waters (2/3)
In the second in a series of three, Daniel Woodburn examines the Trident nuclear missile facet of the Scottish independence debate.
Scotland’s Defence Prospects in the Event of Independence (1/3)
In the first of three articles on the defence aspect of potential Scottish independence, Daniel Woodburn considers how Scotland’s Armed Forces might be affected by a ‘yes’ vote on September 18, 2014.
Is the newly-formed Islamic State running short on popular support?
Daniel Woodburn looks at how the Islamic State’s take on Islam is undermining its goals and alienating those it would do well not to.
Is Iran’s Extension of the Nuclear Negotiations an Attempt to Buy More Time?
Daniel Woodburn discusses the most recent developments in the US-led negotiations between Iran and the P5+1.
The Future of Modern Warfare: Autonomous Weapons
Daniel Woodburn considers the implications of making the leap from semi-autonomous weapon systems to independent ‘killer robots’
Decreasing rainfall: a catalyst for increased conflict in North Africa?
Daniel Woodburn discusses the link between erratic rainfall patterns and propensity for conflict in North Africa.