22 January 2019
Defence-in-Depth blog announces it's 10 ten posts from 2018
Defence-in-Depth is the highly successful research blog of the Defence Studies Department, at the end of each calendar year a panel get together and decide on the top 10 blogs during the year
Defence-in-Depth is the highly successful research blog of the Defence Studies Department, King’s College London, offering in-depth contemporary and historical analysis of the issues behind defence. Defence-in-Depth showcases the latest research conducted by members of the department and guests, offers unique comment and analysis on news and events that dominate defence, as well as commentary on issues within professional military education. It also offers articles that explore the historical background to many of these topics, as well as subjects relevant to the world around us today.
At the end of each calendar year a panel get together and decide on the top 10 blogs during the year.
For 2018 the winners are:
2nd Professors Matt Uttley and Andrew Dorman,Defence Studies Department for '2018 – will the year of the Royal Air Force be any better than 2017 was for the Royal Navy?'
4th Professors Matt Uttley, Andrew Dorman Defence Studies Department and Ms Armida Van Rij,Policy Institute for 'Amphibiosity, the Royal Marines and the Defence Debate in the UK'.
5th Dr Ben Wheatley,University of East Anglia with 'An Open Secret: British Open Source Intelligence during the Second World War'.
6th Dr Rod Thornton,Defence Studies Department for 'Current Russian and Chinese ways of warfare: the end (?) of military violence in peer-state conflict'
7th Selcuk Aydin for 'The Changing Role and Position of Turkish Armed Forces in Turkish Foreign Policy'.
8th Professors Matt Uttley, Andrew Dorman,Defence Studies Department and Dr Benedict Wilkinson,Policy Institute 'The Defence Review and the Military High Command: Do changes in personnel numbers suggest that the armed forces are capable of modernising themselves?'.
Congratulations to our winners and thank you to all those who submitted posts, the blog has consistently increased its reach and continues to do so.