Germany chooses the Dutch Damen to build its new frigates

The German authorities have announced that they have selected the Dutch shipyards Damen, in partnership with the German Blohm + Voss and Thales Netherlands to design and build the 4 heavy frigates…

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Brussels and artificial intelligence: towards a European legal framework?

While the news is full of cases of use of data from facial recognition by artificial intelligence - especially in Asia - the European Union is considering the adoption of specific legislation aimed at ...

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Ursula von der Leyen to the presidency of the European Commission: a chance for Europe of Defense?

Appointed to replace Luxembourgish Jean-Claude Juncker at the head of the Commission, the German Federal Minister of Defense is a convinced European. A strong woman [1], she did not hesitate to position herself in favor of European defense - sometimes against the grain of her peers in the government - in particular by involving Germany more in military industrial cooperation, like SCAF [2] and MGCS [3]. In a context where Germany seems to be sending contrary signals, this event could be emblematic of a new impetus given to Defense Europe.

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The SCAF program framework agreement signed at the Paris Air Show

On the occasion of the opening of the Paris Air Show, held, as always, at Le Bourget, the French President, E. Macron, accompanied by the Minister of the Armed Forces, Florence Parly, from…

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Franco-German military cooperation projects under threat

Following the official protest of Ursula von der Leyen, the German defense minister, about the unfavorable budgetary tradeoffs of her ministry, the German media echoed the programs that were likely to suffer from these restrictions.

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