The development of China's technological and industrial capabilities worries the Pentagon

Each year, the United States Defense Secretariat publishes a report on security and technological developments in the People's Republic of China for Congress. Over ...

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Will the United States push Beijing to fault the China Sea?

If you read Meta-Defense regularly, you know how critical tensions between Washington and Beijing are, especially around Taiwan and the China Sea. If the…

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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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China to invest $ 500 billion over 10 years to close nuclear weapons gap

According to the state-owned website globaltimes.cn, citing diplomatic sources, Beijing has signaled to Washington its refusal to participate in the US-Russia negotiations on the reduction of nuclear weapons in the park. At…

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British nuclear deterrence threatened by the Covid-19 epidemic

In recent weeks, we have regularly addressed the dramatic consequences that the coronavirus epidemic can have when the virus invites itself on board a ship at sea. The cases of aircraft carriers…

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As expected, the F35 strikes back in Germany to replace the Tornado

Earlier this week, the German authorities confirmed that they wanted to acquire 60 Typhoon fighter planes as well as 30 F / A 18 E / F Super Hornet and 15 EA…

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A year in advance, the US Air Force selects Raytheon for the future nuclear missile of its heavy bombers

In 2012, due to the disarmament agreements signed between the USA and Russia, the USAF withdrew its most modern but also the most complex nuclear missile from service…

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