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British Military Chief Dispels World War III Fears Amid Russia Tensions
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UK's chief of defence staff Admiral Sir Tony Radakin says NATO's dominance should ease WW3 fears with Russia.

Feb. 27 2024, Published 11:07 a.m. ET

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Britain’s Chief of the Armed Forces, Tony Radakin, recently addressed concerns about the possibility a third World War amid escalating tensions with Russia.

Speaking at the annual Chatham House Security and Defense conference, Radakin reassured security experts that despite the aggressive stance of the Russian regime, there is no immediate threat of invasion, The Sun reported.

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He underscored the deterrent effect of NATO, stating that any attempt by Russia to invade would be met with overwhelming force from the alliance.

Radakin emphasized that Britain's safety is assured through its membership in NATO, the largest and strongest military alliance globally, as well as its status as a responsible nuclear power.

Despite recent setbacks such as the Trident test launch failure, Radakin affirmed that Britain remains a secure nuclear power. He highlighted the formidable capabilities of NATO, including its air and naval forces, which outnumber those of Russia and would swiftly establish superiority in any conflict scenario.

Acknowledging concerns about the size of the British military, General Sir Patrick Sanders cautioned that the current force is inadequate for the challenges ahead.

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With the British Army at its smallest size in centuries, there may be a need for conscription if war were to break out. However, concerns over poor pay, conditions and inadequate veteran care raise questions about the feasibility of such a measure.

Radakin also underscored the importance of cyber and space capabilities, as well as the contribution of British Special Forces, in addressing threats both domestically and internationally.

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He stressed the need for Britain to leverage its economic strength, technological prowess and alliances to stay ahead of competitors and ensure national security.

Benedetta Berti of NATO and David Quarrey, UK Ambassador to NATO, reiterated the effectiveness of NATO's deterrent in deterring Russian aggression.

Despite Russia's demonstrated aggression, Radakin noted its diminished capabilities following the costly invasion of Ukraine.

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In the face of ongoing conflict in Ukraine and the possibility of further aggression from Russia, Radakin underlined the need for continued investment in the British armed forces to maintain readiness and competitiveness. While the prospect of conscription remains a possibility in the future, there are currently no plans to implement such measures.

Radakin affirmed Britain's position within NATO as part of the world's strongest military alliance and emphasized the importance of ongoing efforts to bolster defense capabilities in the face of evolving threats.

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