Su-57, T14 Armata: Russian high-tech weapons arrive in the armed forces in 2021

Since the collapse of the Soviet Union, the vast majority of weapon systems delivered to the Russian armies, as well as to their export customers, have been based on equipment designed before 1990. This is the…

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Russian S-70 Okhotnik stealth combat drone tested with air-to-air missiles

Westerners often have the unfortunate habit of plastering their own tactical and strategic views on the armies and equipment of other countries. This is how many military experts and commentators ...

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Germany joins European anti-missile defense program TWISTER

Announced just a year ago, the TWISTER program, for Timely Warning and Interception with Space-based TheatER surveillance, is undoubtedly the most ambitious European program developed ...

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Poland aligns with Germany in rejection of European strategic autonomy

To say that the Polish authorities are Atlanticists today is an understatement. Indeed, Warsaw has almost systematically favored the acquisition of American-designed defense equipment in recent years, ignoring ...

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The United States are not able to engage on two fronts simultaneously, according to the Heritage Foundation

The Heritage Foundation is one of the oldest and most respected think tanks in the United States. Marked by so-called “conservative” positions, it feeds the Pentagon's reflection and…

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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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