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Morocco looking to acquire 36 Apache helicopters

Morocco has requested the sale of 36 AH-64E Apache attack helicopters from the United States in a deal worth $4.25 billion.

Emmanuel Macron on Europe’s fragile place in a hostile world

In a blunt interview the French president laid out his thoughts on NATO, America and the future of the EU

Ukraine and Turkey agree to expand defence co-operation

Ukraine and Turkey have entered into an agreement that will result in the two countries expanding their joint defence co-operation.

European Defence policy discreetly taking shape

Despite little media coverage, much is happening in the EU, namely in defence matters at the continental level. Several European countries are...

Germany sets precedent and chooses foreign shipbuilder for new frigates

Berlin has selected Dutch shipbuilder Damen to supply the next fleet of frigates, in a near-7-million-dollar deal. The decision comes as an...

The state of UK Defence

UK’s defence manufacturing structure is built on two industrial leaders: BAE Systems and MBDA. BAE Systems is a British multinational defence, security...