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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Can we still rely on nuclear deterrence?

On November 5, 1956, a Franco-British expeditionary force landed in Egypt to regain control of the Suez Canal recently nationalized by President Gamal Abdel Nasser, in an operation ...

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With a new sale in Morocco, the Boeing AH-64 Apache confirms its status as a world best seller

The affair had been going on for almost a year already. In 2019, following the purchase of new F-16s, the Kingdom of Morocco announced its intention to acquire AH-64 Apache combat helicopters ...

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Barkhane: six months after the Pau Summit, what effects on the Sahelian theater?

On January 13, 2020, the Pau Summit was held to restore momentum to a demoralized and destabilized G5 Sahel under the influence of the aggressiveness of the attacks of…

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Airborne laser weapon: the US Special Operations Command aims for a demonstrator by 2022

After years of postponement and initially expected for fiscal year 2019, the prospect of integrating a laser weapon system into the vast array of armaments of the AC-130J Ghostrider gunship seems to be…

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As the Eurodrone stagnates, the US Air Force prepares the successor to the famous MQ-9 Reaper

Last March, US Air Force Procurement Officer Will Roper announced to Congress that the USAF wanted to stop production of MQ-9 Reaper drones at…

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With Martlet missiles, Royal Navy Wildcat helicopters will have unique firepower

In a joint press release, Thales and Leonardo announced the first successful launch of a Lightweight Multirole Missile (LMM) from an AW159 Wildcat helicopter. Developed by Thales, on ...

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