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Asymmetric Conflicts

A new role for joint civil-military interaction

Global crises, such as the spreading of the novel corona virus (COVID-19), hybrid threats and asymmetric warfare...

Military intelligence of Ukraine and Hungary agreed on cooperation

Ukraine and Hungary also agreed on priority joint steps to improve the quality of information exchange Ukraine and Hungary...

The intelligence community’s questions on supply chain security

The Office of the Director of National Intelligence is not immune to the struggle that all corners of the federal government face...

Spain in drive to get women into special forces

Spain's defence ministry is opening more special forces roles to women as part of international efforts to tackle terrorism and unconventional warfare.

War Is Not Over

What the Optimists Get Wrong About Conflict The political turmoil of recent years has largely disabused us of the...

Spain and Portugal Lead EU Security Assistance as Morocco Seeks to Boost Security

Spanish and Portuguese defence officials have significantly increased cooperation with Morocco as it seeks to establish counter-terrorism credentials and maintain its reputation...

Ex-MI6 chief criticises threat to withdraw security cooperation with EU

Sir John Sawers says it would be hugely damaging if UK-EU relations collapsed A former MI6 chief has said Brexit  negotiations...

EU unveils new cooperation projects in training, cyber operations, naval warfare

The European Union has unveiled the latest batch of projects under its flagship defense-cooperation scheme, boosting the areas of training, cyber operations...

NATO, European Union experts review cyber defence cooperation

Senior officials from NATO and the European Union met at the Alliance’s headquarters in Brussels on Tuesday (17 December 2019) for discussions...