Williamson outlined plans to send Britain’s new aircraft carrier to the Pacific, invest in offensive cyber capabilities and adopt a harder military stance after Brexit than it had done in recent years. He described the boundaries between peace and war as becoming “blurred” and said that Britain and its allies had to be ready “to use hard power to support our interests”.
Britain is in the midst of its most severe political crisis since World War II as Prime Minister Theresa May scrambles to find a last-minute agreement on leaving the EU with only weeks until it is due to end over four decades of political and economic integration in Europe. Brexit has been seen as a blow to the West, already struggling to assimilate Russian and Chinese power as well as Donald Trump’s unpredictable US presidency. Brexit supporters hail it as a chance for Britain to take on a new global role....
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