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An Insider’s View of Global Defense Developments
team will publish a periodic featured report focusing on key defense developments inside Washington and around the world. This report will give you a leg up on US and global defense developments and defining challenges.
You can read the news to find out today’s tweets, but how about anticipating the headlines to come, which will drive perceptions and events down the road?
Each report will focus on a key development and provide in an in-depth look at the nature of that key development and its potential impacts and consequences for global competition and cooperation.
The International Fighter Conference 2019 provided a venue where a number of key aspects shaping the way ahead for combat airpower could be discussed. Notable issues, how to best integrate the force as…
In this report, we have brought together our recent reviews of books about Putin and his regime. We are working on our latest book, The Return of Direct Defense in…
The Australian Defence Force’s third Air Warfare Destroyer (AWD), NUSHIP Sydney, is on track to be delivered to the Navy in February 2020 after completing sea trials. Sydney is the…
During my recent visit to Australia, I had a chance to speak with the Commander of the Maritime Border Command, Rear Admiral Lee Goddard. He started with the core point…
Admiral Karambir Singh called on Rear Admiral Lee Goddard, Commander Maritime Border Command, Australia and held discussions on issues of cooperation between Australia and India. September 2, 2019
South African companies have been invited to engage with Iraq to meet its defence requirements with the Middle Eastern country due to host its annual defence exhibition in March next…
By Ulas Yildirim
Recently, the Australian Strategic Policy Institute (ASPI) released its special report titled Projecting national power. The report’s author, Peter Hunter, convincingly argued that the historical methods used by the RAAF on ‘delivering air fighting capabilities’ are not effective against methods observed in ‘grey-zone scenarios’ currently