Key Developments

Will the Biden Administration Gift Erdoğan Some Turkish Delight in the NATO Expansion Negotiations?

05/20/2022
By James Durso

Sweden and Finland recently abandoned their historic neutrality and declared their intent to join NATO. Turkish…

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The Nordics, the War in Ukraine, and Shaping a Way Ahead Within and For NATO

05/18/2022
By Defense.info Media Team

Let us start with the May 16, 2022 Nordic defense ministers joint statement on strengthening Nordic…

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Exercise Autonomous Warrior 2022

05/18/2022
By Australian Department of Defence

According to an Australian Department of Defence press release on May 16, 2022, Exercise Autonomous Warrior…

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The Impact of the War in Ukraine on Middle Eastern Relationships

05/17/2022
By Amin Saikal

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has shaken up friends and foes in the Middle East. They are…

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Looking Back at Australia’s Pearl Harbor

05/15/2022
By Australian Defence Business Review

The attack on Pearl Harbor on 7 December 1941 has been re-lived through every medium, from…

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Living in Wikipedia Land: Which Version of the Truth do you Want?

05/11/2022
By Kenneth Maxwell

There is a memorable scene in Ghost Busters where Bill Murray tells Sigourney Weaver in explaining…

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Special Reports
05/09/2022
On March 24, 2022, the Williams Foundation held its first of two seminars to be held this year....
Book Review
05/20/2022
I first met Dr. Robbin Laird and Ed Timperlake in the summer of 2016 when I was the Director of Air Warfare (OPNAV N-98) on the staff of the Chief of Naval Operations. Robbin and Ed previously interviewed Navy Flag Officers...
Featured Defense System
05/09/2022
By Australian Defence Business Review

The KONGSBERG Naval Strike Missile and Joint Strike Missile (NSM /JSM) family of surface and air-launched anti-ship and land-attack cruise missiles is steadily growing its customer base, with Finland being the latest to nominate the air-launched JSM for its planned Lockheed Martin F-35A fighters. The Finnish Air Force will be the third customer for the JSM after the Royal Norwegian Air Force (RNoAF) and Japan Air Self-Defense Force (JASDF), both of which will also employ it from the F-35A. This is in addition to four current and three planned operators of the surface-launched NSM, including the US Navy/Marine Corps, Royal Norwegian Navy, Royal Malaysian Navy, Canadian Navy, and the Polish Navy. The NSM has a range in excess of 250km, whilst the JSM’s range is dependent on its flight and launch profile, and...

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