Fabian Hoffmann is a graduate student at King’s College London where he is currently completing his Master’s degree in War Studies. In addition, he works as a Policy Intern at the British American Security Information Council (BASIC) where he supports the Nuclear Responsibilities program and is a Master Thesis Student with MBDA Germany. His research focuses on the proliferation and strategic implications of long-range precision-strike capabilities, cross-domain deterrence, and strategic stability.
Content by Fabian Hoffmann
The proliferation of cruise missiles has progressed significantly and today dozens of states are in possession of advanced cruise-missile capabilities. Fabian Hoffmann looks at the strategic implications of this for Europe and suggests ways to counter the negative consequences of cruise missile proliferation.