As Britain’s political leadership returns from its summer recess, a daunting task awaits them: a painful spending review that will have major implications for the country’s national security, including the nation’s defense industrial base. The U.K. by no means is the only NATO country in Europe trying to figure out how to fund and organize its armed forces. But the U.K.’s predicament is in another class altogether. For starters, there is the depth of the cuts being considered. Just as ...

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