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The defence sector is in a period of strategic change. The world is becoming more unstable and the range of threats continues to evolve. While state-on-state conflict seems less likely for many Western governments, current challenges include the use of military effect to support diplomatic efforts to deliver stable
governments in many different parts of the world. Protecting critical national infrastructure (CNI) on home soil has become more important, as has the need to secure natural resources into the future. Despite the increasing threat and these many and somewhat conflicting demands, economic pressures have and will continue to significantly constrain defence budgets.
It has never been more important for those in industry and government to achieve more with less, and reviews around the world, including the UK’s Strategic Defence and Security Review (SDSR), are seeking to balance the ambition with available resources.
With change no longer being an option but a necessity, 4D offers new ideas and thinking around the current defence context and challenges. In this issue: