US Navy destroys intercontinental missile with SM3 missile from AEGIS system

This Monday, November 16, the US Navy succeeded, using an anti-ballistic missile SM3-IIA, to intercept and destroy a ballistic missile having the trajectory of an ICBM, an Intercontinental missile.…

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Japan forced to interpret constitution to strengthen military capabilities against China and North Korea

Inherited from the American occupation following the defeat of the Empire of Japan in World War II, the Japanese constitution prohibits the country from having military force, as well ...

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Anti-missile defense: Japan cancels purchase of two Aegis Ashore systems

In December 2017, Japan approved the construction of two Aegis Ashore anti-missile defense sites to counter the North Korean but also Chinese ballistic threat. Particularly strategic for ...

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Covid-19: Thailand and South Korea to significantly cut defense budgets

This is no surprise to anyone: many countries will have to cut their defense spending in the coming months. On the one hand, the economic consequences of the crisis ...

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Commissioning of the Aegis Ashore anti-missile system in Poland again delayed by two years

The entry into operational service of the NATO anti-ballistic missile defense site in Poland was once again delayed by two years. Initially scheduled for 2018, then for…

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Norway refuses deployment of NATO anti-missile shield on its soil

The Norwegian authorities have announced that they are refusing the deployment of American anti-missile detection and interception systems on its soil, as requested by NATO. By doing this, Oslo does not want to…

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South Korea ends close collaboration with Japan over North Korea

In 2016, under the auspices of the United States, the Japanese and South Korean governments signed a protocol for enhanced cooperation in intelligence matters concerning North Korea. This allowed ...

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Does the ballistic missile come back from the ashes?

During the Cold War, the ballistic missile, whether or not it had nuclear warheads, was considered a benchmark unit for determining a country's military power. There did not exist, ...

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