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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 idea of the north of Australia being central to the new concept of the defence of Australia in the 1970s derived from the key strategic fact that the only country in the…
This report is based on reporting by our core team of Pierre Tran, Murielle Delaporte and Robbin Laird, all who are attending the Paris Air Shows, 2019 as well as…
Emmanuel Macron, President de la Republique, Florence Parly, French Minister of Defense, Ursula von der Leyen, German Minister of Defense, Mararita Robles, Spanish Minister of Defense, Eric Trappier, President du GIFAS, CEO of Dassault Aviation, sign the FCAS agreement at the Paris Air Show, 2019
Talisman Sabre 2019 (TS19) is a bilateral combined Australian and United States (US) training activity. TS19 is designed to practice our respective military services and associated agencies in planning and…
The United States Navy is working with partners in Africa to help them enhance maritime security, with exercises, training and aid being delivered, according to US Navy Admiral James Foggo…
U.S. Navy Admiral James G. Foggo, the commander of U.S. Naval Forces Europe/U.S. Naval Forces Africa, and Allied Joint Force Command Naples, delivers a speech to commemorate the Battle of the Atlantic, the longest continuous military battle in World War II, aboard the Icelandic Coast Guard Vessel Thor, in Faxa Bay, Reykjavik, Iceland, Oct. 16, 2018. By commemorating the 75th anniversary of the turning point in 1943, the participants of the ceremony paid homage to more than 100,000 people who lost their lives during the Battle of the Atlantic. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Averi Coppa/Released)
CAPITOL HILL: A top State Department official received a bipartisan berating from the Senate Foreign Relations Committee Wednesday over the “emergency” arms sales to Saudi Arabia that the Trump administration…
By Damien Hare
The popular perception of bombing in World War II is of inaccuracy and indiscriminate destruction. Despite early intentions to conduct precision raids in Europe, both the Royal Air Force (RAF) and the United States Army Air Forces found that limitations of technology, training and