If you’re looking for more depth, here are all sources used for our Rethinking Security discussion paper, categorised.

Security strategy, the Defence establishment, and the armed forces

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Chalmers, M., 2014b. ‘The strategic scorecard: Six out of ten’. In: A. L. Johnson, ed. ‘Wars in peace: British military operations since 1991’. London: Royal United Services Institute, pp. 89-136.

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Chalmers, M., 2015b. ‘A force for order: Strategic underpinnings of the next NSS and SDSR’, London: Royal United Services Institute.

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Coughlin, C., 2015a. ‘Ignoring defence is a mistake, Mr Cameron’. Telegraph, 26 February.

Coughlin, C., 2015b. ‘US fears that Britain’s defence cuts will diminish Army on world stage’. Telegraph, 1 March.

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Dixon, P., 2012. ‘Bringing It All Back Home: The Militarisation of Britain and the Iraq and Afghanistan Wars’. In: P. Dixon, ed. ‘The British Approach to Counterinsurgency: From Malaya and Northern Ireland to Iraq and Afghanistan’. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 112-146.

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Fallon, M., 2015. ‘Defence Secretary’s speech to RUSI on the SDSR 2015’. [Online]. Available at: https://www.gov.uk/government/speeches/defence-secretarys-speech-to-rusi-on-the-sdsr-2015. [Accessed 20 December 2015].

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Farmer, B., 2015. ‘Obama to Cameron: maintain UK defence spending or weaken Nato’. Telegraph, 10 February.

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MoD, 2013. ‘Risk: The Implications of Current Attitudes to Risk for the Joint Operational Concept’, London: Guardian, 26 September 2013.

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Coercive military action and its impact

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The arms trade

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Nuclear weapons

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Sustainable security concepts

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