Global Britain and the Future of the British Armed Forces

"As well as offering insightful analysis of the UK’s past role in both European and global security, this report raises a number of urgent questions: what the UK’s future role should be; what our strategy for fulfilling that role is; and whether or not we are prepared to resource it." - Dan Jarvis MP

This policy paper from the Henry Jackson Society finds that in order for Britain to position itself as a truly ‘global’ nation and as uncertainty intensifies across the world, the UK must invest more in the tools that ensure it can protect itself and prevent conflict.

The report finds that as the global and European geopolitical situation becomes more unreliable, the British Government must increase its military budget to the equivalent of 3% of UK GDP over the next five years.

Language: English

Pages: 31



(Inc. UK P&P)


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