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A Better Option for Britain’s Security

November 27, 2010

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Author: Alexander Clarke     http://thephoenixthinktank.wordpress.com/2010/10/21/a-better-option-for-britain%E2%80%99s-security/ Executive Summary This paper examines the alternative way ahead for the procurement of a multirole fast jet fighter for embarkation in the new Queen Elizabeth class carrier. Britain is buying 2 large and capable carriers, ships the size and quality of which it will have real need for in the […]

Principal Authors View: Was the Battle of Britain the Pivotal Battle off the 2nd World War?

November 27, 2010

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Author: Alexander Clarke http://thephoenixthinktank.wordpress.com/2010/09/14/principle-authors-view-was-the-battle-of-britain-the-pivotal-battle-off-the-2nd-world-war/ The Battle of Britain is imbedded in our history. It took place 70 years ago this year. The question is though, was it as important as it is often portrayed? This is and always will be an emotive issue, but when it is used as justification for the continuation of an […]