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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To finance the Tempest program, London could divide its fleet of F2B by 35

In 2010, the Royal Air Force justified, in part, the withdrawal of its 72 Harriers from service by the fact that the implementation of such a small fleet of aircraft ...

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British armies ready to dispense with Challenger 2 tanks to specialize in support

It has been several years since the fate of some 227 Challenger 2 heavy tanks, of which 160 are in service, and of the 388 Infantry Warrior fighting vehicles of the armies ...

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Greece reportedly in talks with London for Royal Navy Type 23 frigates

The Hellenic Navy suffers from a cruel lack of frigates and heavy corvettes to be able to cope with the planned rise of the Turkish Navy,…

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Faced with the absence of a comprehensive recovery plan, British industrialists are getting impatient and urging London to act

Two months after the appeal launched by Paul Everitt - director of the ADS association representing the UK's aerospace and defense industries - to government authorities to demand…

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Dassault Aviation and Safran lead defense companies with the strongest growth in 2019

Like every year, the American Defense news site Defensenews.com published its ranking of the 100 most important defense companies in the world. The 2020 ranking (based on 2019 figures) offers relatively ...

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Are F35, Su57 and J20 really a generation ahead of the Rafale and the Typhoon?

Very often, when it comes to comparing devices like the F35, Su-57 and J-20 to European devices like the Rafale, the Typhoon or even the JAS39 Gripen,…

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