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  • UK revises counter-terrorism strategy ahead of Brexit

    The United Kingdom has revised its CONTEST counter-terrorism strategy ahead of its exit from the European Union. Matthew Redhead examines the fourth version of CONTEST against the backdrop of Brexit and uncertain EU-UK security co-operation
  • Indicators track Iranian threat to Strait of Hormuz shipping

    Any Iranian attempt to close the Strait of Hormuz to commercial shipping is a low-probability, high-impact scenario with global ramifications. As Iran-US tensions heighten ahead of Washington’s reimposition of sanctions on Tehran from 6 August, Jeremy Binnie , Reed Foster , and Nazanin Soroush analyse the indicators of conflict in the Strait and the likely trajectory of any confrontation
  • Russia’s ASAT development takes aim at LEO assets

    Russia has increasing anti-satellite (ASAT) capabilities that enable it to interfere with, or destroy, an adversary’s satellites. Sean O’Connor reviews the history and capabilities of Russia’s ASAT programmes
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  • Update: Taliban launches attack on Ghazni City

    Taliban fighters launched a multi-pronged attack on the capital of Afghanistan’s eastern Ghazni Province on 10 August, killing more than 170 security forces personnel. At the time of this update, however, five days into the fighting they have failed to bring the strategically located city
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