Sweden wants to increase its defense budget by 40% by 2025

Like many European countries, Sweden had sharply reduced its defense investments following the collapse of the Soviet bloc, from 2,57% of its GDP in 1990 to all ...

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Vladimir Putin wants to revive the INF treaty on short and medium range missiles

It will not have dragged on. In our article devoted to the accusations made by Moscow against Berlin with regard to non-compliance with the nuclear non-proliferation treaty, we wondered about ...

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Russia accuses Germany of not respecting the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons

In 1968, a large number of countries signed the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons, an agreement under the aegis of the United Nations obliging the signatory countries not to…

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The United States' international negotiation strategy deadlocked

With the arrival at the White House of President Donald Trump, the State Department, in charge of foreign affairs, radically changed its negotiation strategy on major international issues, ...

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NATO re-invests the North Atlantic against Russia

In 1986, the writer Tom Clancy and his sidekick Larry Bond, to whom we owe the famous naval simulation game Harpoon, published the novel "Red Storm Rising", in French "Tempête ...

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Submarines, light aircraft carriers, robotic ships .. the US Navy details its upcoming format

What was until now only a supported hypothesis has now taken on the stature of a long-term project. Indeed, Mark Esper, the US Secretary of Defense, detailed yesterday ...

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Russia to equip Su-35s fighters with ultra-long-range R-37M missile soon

Since it entered service in the Swedish Air Force in 2016, the European very long-range air-to-air missile METEOR has been universally recognized as the best missile of its ...

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Britain radically changes strategic doctrine

In recent months, statements coming from London about the evolution of the British armies have followed one another, with very often drastic reductions in resources, particularly heavy ones, of its forces.

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