COVID-19 and the Armed Forces Series: British Armed Forces and Covid-19

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Dr Simon Anglim is a published author in the field of military history, and strategic theory, with a particular interest in the British Army since 1918, the military history of the Arabian peninsula, and counterinsurgency and counterterrorism. Dr Anglim convenes the MA Contemporary War and Warfare module and the second year BA War and Society module, as well as teaching on other modules at Kings College London. Both Covid 19 and Brexit have come at a difficult time for the British Armed Forces and the British economy. Dr Simon Anglim talks to TACTICS and explains how the current crisis affects the Armed Forces. Is military infrastructure relevant in the management of civilian crises such as the COVID-19 pandemic? Will Brexit disrupt the collective security in the European continent?

 

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