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DoD Reworking Arms Sales To Curb Civilian Casualties & Counter China

Posted by Paul McLeary on


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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India-US ‘Tailoring’ Predator UAV For Multi-Service Buy

Posted by Theresa Hitchens on


The Predator B’s weapons, avionics and comms suites will all need to be specially configured to meet the needs of India’s military.

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Indian ASAT Debris Threatens All LEO Sats: Update

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Indian claims of no threat from ASAT test debris is “nonsense.”

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U.S. India ASAT Test React May Backfire, Experts Say

Posted by Theresa Hitchens on


The India ASAT test could have provided an opportunity for leadership from the Trump administration to help prevent the creation of space debris.

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India Anti-Satellite Strike: Less Debris Likely, Not Like China’s

Posted by Colin Clark on


Much of the debris will burn up in the atmosphere in weeks — but the potential for a global arms race in space won’t disappear so soon.

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Despite US Threats, Another Ally Mulls Russia’s S-400

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Another US ally — and host of a critical Middle Eastern air base — is considering buying a high-tech Russian missile system. What can Washington do about it?

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The Global Battle Over 5G: Trump And Huawei

Posted by Sydney J. Freedberg Jr. on


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In the next six to 12 months, country after country is deciding what companies get to build new 5G networks. India and Italy remain open to a Huawei bid, at least for now; Britain, Canada, and Germany are on the fence; while France, Japan, South Korea, Australia, and New Zealand have said no.

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India Is Going Big on New Fighters; Lockheed, Boeing Pledge Indian Plants

Posted by Paul McLeary on


Boeing, Lockheed, Dassault Aviation of France, the European Eurofighter consortium, Sweden’s Saab, and United Aircraft Corporation of Russia are all jockeying for position for an Indian fighter contract worth $15 billion for 110 planes, and an $8 billion navy program of around 60 aircraft.

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The Middle Kingdom Is Dead; Long Live A Global China

Posted by Dickson Yeo on


It’s one of the fundamental questions about China and its future place in the world: does the great civilization still view the world through the traditional lens of the Middle Kingdom, or does the world face a new China, unbound by many of the structures under which it has operated for most of the last… Keep reading →

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Israel: Does Elbit’s Rise Mean IAI’s Downfall?

Posted by Arie Egozi on


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“Before I took office,” IAI chairman Harel Locker said at a recent conference, “(I) realized that if the company did not change, it could collapse within a few years.”

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