The Royal Navy Is Key to Britain's Security Strategy

Wells, Anthony
December 2010
U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings;Dec2010, Vol. 136 Issue 12, p8
Conference Proceeding
The article presents the author's comments regarding strategy and security issues concerning Great Britain's Royal Navy. According to the author, the 2010 British Strategic Defence and Security Review was a budget-cutting exercise. He recommends that the Royal Navy should significantly expand all the principal maritime warfare domains, along with maintaining the national strategic deterrent.


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