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21 December 2017.
Germany’s selection of a future combat aircraft for the air force may not be a binary choice.
20 December 2017.
The Indian Army has had to revise overly ambitious requirements for its Future Ready Combat Vehicle and issue a second request for information for a more achievable family of heavy armour.
18 December 2017.
Obstacles remain for European defence-industrial rationalisation, but the current Franco-German drive could provide a new impetus.
11 December 2017.
Amid ongoing regional conflict, Israel’s largest military exercise in almost 20 years sheds light on its evolving perception of non-state threats on its northern borders.
06 December 2017.
Ground-based intermediate nuclear-capable weapons could make an unwelcome return to Europe if a US–Russia treaty unravels.
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Very high speed cruise missiles are a long-held ambition for the US, Russia, and China, but progress toward them has...
China’s ‘civil–military integration’ policy is intended to inject more innovation into the country’s defence industry, at a time when defence...
Beijing’s advances in developing combat aircraft armed with air-to-air missiles have narrowed the gap between Chinese and US capabilities.
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