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UK Defence Policy - SNCO

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Lee Jones

on 3 June 2016

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Transcript of UK Defence Policy - SNCO

UK Defence Policy
Describe UK Interests.
Describe UK Foreign Policy.
Describe UK Security Policy.
Describe UK Defence Policy.
Analyse the UK’s strategy in maintaining international security.
Analyse the impact of the media on the army.
The International System
National Interests
The Peace of Westphalia (1648)
Shifting Balance of Power (1600-1800)
New World Order (1945 - Present)
What is Democracy?
Free and fair multi-party elections.
Direct verses Representative.
Elected representative.
Human Rights.
Democracy Index
Failed State Index
Democratic or Non-democratic!
Foreign Policy
Hard Power
Soft Power
Smart Power
Security Policy
Defence Policy
What is the current Security Policy?
Defence policy is created to suit the UK’s national interest – the use of the military is one way of pursuing that national interest but it has to be balanced with all other political demands.

UK Interests
Foreign Policy
Security Policy
Defence Policy
Any questions?
What organisations secure our national interest?
Military Tasks
1. Defend the UK and Overseas Territories.
2. Provide the nuclear deterrent.
3. Provide strategic intelligence.
4. Reinforce international security.
5. Support humanitarian assistance.
6. Conduct strike operations.
7. Conduct operations to restore peace and stability.
8. Conduct major combat operations if required, including under NATO Article 5.
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