Britain’s armed forces look set to face another round of cuts as budget realities begin to bite. The 2015 Strategic Defense and Security Review may have declared that defense spending was on the up, committing the government to spending at least 2% of the country’s gross domestic product on defense over the next decade, with £178 billion ($239 billion) being spent on new equipment alone. Those plans are now being re-assessed, in part because of the new world order, say ...


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