Faced with Turkish interference in Libya, Egypt could once again buy heavy weapons in France

While diplomatic and trade relations between France and Egypt have been at their worst since January 2019, it would seem that Turkey's actions in Libya and ...

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Is the attitude of the Turkish navy in the Mediterranean a threat to Europe and to NATO?

For more than a year, Recep Tayyip Erdogan's Turkey has been providing massive support to the GNA, the government of Libyan national unity which militarily opposes the National Liberation Army of…

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Coronavirus: armies at the heart of conspiratorial rumors

Even before the first speech by the President of the Republic in connection with the current coronavirus epidemic, on March 12, rumors concerning the armed forces were already circulating in ...

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Ukraine to acquire American AH-64 Apache combat helicopters

According to the Ukrainian website ukrmilitary.com, Kiev is planning to acquire American AH-64 Apache combat helicopters to replace its fleet of Mi-24 Hind dating from the Soviet era, the majority of…

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Donald Trump between the anvil and the Hammer he himself coined: the CAATSA

Promulgated on 24 July 2017, Countering Amerca's Adversaries Through Sanctions Act, or CAATSA, is one of the first major actions of President Trump on the international stage after his election ...

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Kurdish forces retake Ras al-Ayn as President Trump threatens to destroy Turkish economy

We could say that things are changing as expected in the conflict between Turkey and the Kurdish forces in northern Syria. As expected because barely ...

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Suspension of arms exports: Can Europe really weigh on the Turkish offensive?

Following on the heels of the Dutch and German governments, France has announced this Saturday 12 October, its decision to suspend "any project to export to Turkey of materials of ...

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