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Belgium arms dealer mints money on tank supply to Ukraine

While Belgium expresses its solidarity with Ukraine and sends whatever resources it can to Kyiv, at a...

Europe under pressure: the consequences of the war in Ukraine on defense markets

8 months of war in Ukraine has led to concrete evolutions regarding the management of high-intensity confrontations in strategic thinking and a...

Ranking of defense exporters: France in third place

The international defence market is set for further growth in the coming years, boosted by the consequences of the Ukraine conflict and...

Decision to purchase US F-35 Lightning II stealth fighters a mistake: Germany

The war in Ukraine and Russia's invasion on February 24 altered some European countries' strategic thinking. Germany,...

Lessons from Ukraine: The Effectiveness of the Drone-Artillery Duo

Since war broke out in Ukraine at the end of February, social media has been awash with images and videos of burned...

The Strengths and Weaknesses of a Military Europe

The war in Ukraine has brought to the fore questions of European strategic autonomy and a perceived over-reliance on the United States...

Defense systems: does it work on paper, or does it work?

Futuristic industry 4.0 concept - Engineering with graphic interface showing automation design, robot operation, usage of machine deep learning for future...

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US response team providing realtime support to Ukrainians during artillery shootouts

While Ukrainian troops push their Western artillery to its limits, and sometimes beyond, in order to repel...

Russia deploys 9M120 Ataka to counter tanks

Russia will respond to reports that Ukraine is expecting Western tanks. The European allies of Kyiv will...

Britain invites India and Japan to create NATO 2

The chairman of the British Parliament's defence committee, Tobias Ellwood, has called for Japan and India to...

Despite US Sanctions on Russia Dutch chips flow to Russia unhindered

Despite harsh sanctions, Dutch-made microchips continue to end up in Russia. It involves many millions of pieces...