Victims of giant computer hacking, US agencies point to Russia

The affair is causing a stir across the Atlantic. Indeed, several of the most important American government agencies, including the Department of Homeland Security, were hacked for several months by a ...

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These tacit clauses that accompany the agreement between Israel and Abu Dabi

The diplomatic agreement signed on August 13 between Israel and the United Arab Emirates, which Meta-Defense readers could however anticipate, undoubtedly reshuffled the cards in the Middle Eastern theater, ...

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South Korea: additional Falcon 2000s and Boeing 737s to boost electronic surveillance capabilities

In recent days, South Korea's Defense Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA) approved the purchase of additional surveillance aircraft from overseas suppliers, for a total of around $ XNUMX billion. Even if…

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Will Covid-19 get the better of European intelligence diplomacy?

“It is a question of European sovereignty. As soon as one wishes to gain in strategic defense capacity, it is necessary to gain in intelligence capacity ”. It was late February ...

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US withdrawal from Open Skies threatens nuclear weapons control and Baltic security

Last week, the New York Times reported that the Trump administration wanted to withdraw the US from the Open Skies Treaty. While this international agreement now plays a minor role in ...

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The Swiss army is questioning the operational capabilities of the F-35A as part of its Air2030 tender

A few weeks ago, Lockheed Martin's F-35 stealth fighter was once again in the headlines when DefenseNews confirmed that the use of afterburner - over-revving ...

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