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Scottish Independence Referendum and the potential consequences for Trident

The people of Scotland are just sixteen days away from voting to decide if they will remain as part of the United Kingdom or leave the Union that has been in place since 1707 as the Kingdom of Great Britain. 535 more words

Japan and India pledge to strengthen ties as China rises

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe pledged an upgrade of economic and security ties with India, saying Japan would double investment and expand defense cooperation amid concerns about… 783 more words


MoD publish document on REACH process

The UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) has published a comprehensive document which covers all aspects of compliance with the REACH regulation. This guide “THE REACH REGULATION – A GUIDE TO REACH PROCESS AND EXEMPTION IN THE MINISTRY OF DEFENCE” 169 more words


An appeal (and breaking the rules of the blog)

This blog historically shuns advertising.  Rarely does it promulgate public service announcements.  Only occasionally has it promoted NGOs.

It frequently received queries regarding the legitimacy of charities from would-be donors – and makes an effort at confirming or denying their existence within the legal frameworks of Ukraine. 362 more words



Pod: the energy of protection, that manifests itself as a soft purse, the pad of a foot, the flat of a hand, or the padding of a jacket.

Milkweed Pod, Opening


Gordon Brown & George Robertson Give the UK Defence Away

Two names from the past(Gordon Brown & George Robertson) have recently been actively involved in support of the, “no” campaign. 226 more words

Scottish Referendum

The emergency plan: open borders, less bureaucracy

Caprica, 1 September 2014

Prime Minister Specter arrived at the Ministry of Defence, where General Beninati waits for him, around 4.00 PM. An intense meeting is going on, being in touch with Minister Belfort. 272 more words