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Tough Sanctions May Drive Turkey Into Russia’s Arms

Posted by Paul McLeary on


Norway suspended new applications for military export licenses to Turkey today. Norway is also reviewing all current licenses for Turkey for military and multi-use military export licenses.

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A New NATO Buyer For JLTV; More Buyers On The Way?

Posted by Paul McLeary on


The sale to Montenegro might be small, but the US push into the Balkans will not make Moscow happy.

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DoD Reworking Arms Sales To Curb Civilian Casualties & Counter China

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A new system will retrain 20,000 DoD employees to work within the National Defense Strategy, while shifting focus to new areas of the world.

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Esper Presses Hard For New Civilian Casualty Policy

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“The US is doing far more than its allies in coming to grips with causing civilian harm,” a human rights NGO representative who has met with Pentagon leaders said. Still, the gap between government estimates and those from groups on the ground is often wide. 

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Note To Putin: Trump Unleashes $400M For Ukrainian Military

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After weeks of uncertainty over the Trump administration’s policy toward Ukraine, senators and State Department officials say the spigot of aid has been turned back on.

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Poland To Buy At Least 32 F-35s As US Buying Spree Continues

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The State Department’s approval of a $6.5 billion deal for F-35 jets comes as Warsaw continues to pull closer to the Trump Administration.

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Aerospace Sales To China Rise; Defense Exports To World Drop: AIA

Posted by Sydney J. Freedberg Jr. on


A new Aerospace Industries Association study underlines international interdependence amidst today’s trade wars.

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Hill Likely to OK $8B F-16V Sale To Taiwan; DoD Mulls Where To Train

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The Trump administration is finding Taiwan to be a more than willing partner as it continues to look for ways to counter China

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Congress Testy About US Arms Sales To Saudi, But Still Lack Votes

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A top State Dept. official had a rough reception at the Senate Armed Services Committee Wednesday, as Democrats and Republicans appear increasingly uneasy with US/Saudi ties.

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Senate Blocks Huge Arms Sale To Saudis; Trump Pledges Veto

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It’s the second time this year Republicans and Democrats have come together to oppose President Trump’s policy towards Riyadh.

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