Who are we kidding with our anti-missile capabilities?
Last month, the UK’s Liberal Democrat party was expected to take a swing at its coalition government partners by unveiling its long awaited report on the potential alternatives to the UK’s Trident nuclear capability, viewed by defence ministers – as well as the US Department of Defence – as a vital deterrent of large-scale nuclear attack. The debate over whether to replace Trident like-for-like has been raging ever since the 2010 Strategic Defence and Security Review co...
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