Uncertainty over the U.K.'s plans to reconstitute its carrier strike capability by the end of the decade will persist for at least another year. The British government's decision to allow an almost decade-long gap in its carrier strike capability remains the most controversial outcome of last year's Strategic Defense and Security Review (SDSR). The decision was made to help plug a massive budget shortfall, but combat operations in Libya have prompted critics to argue that the choice ...


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