Fighting for the new world order
How Britain’s armed forces adapted to new challenges following the end of the Cold War
With the abrupt end of the Cold War, how successfully did Britain’s armed forces adapt to new challenges – from the sands of Kuwait to the disintegration of Yugoslavia – in the 1990s? The Critic‘s deputy editor, Graham Stewart, talks to Professor Jeremy Black, author of War in the Modern World.
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