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NATO Stocks Up on Bombs, Giving Smaller States More Punch

Posted by Paul McLeary on

WASHINGTON: Over the past month, US Air Forces in Europe took delivery of their largest shipment of ordnance in two decades. It’s another sign of the rearming of the continent as the United States pushes troops and equipment back into the region after years of drawing down, even as its NATO allies — and increasingly,… Keep reading →

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The End Of Advantage: Enemies May Catch Up With US Technology — Or Surpass It

Posted by Sydney J. Freedberg Jr. on

WASHINGTON: “We in the United States are a bit arrogant in thinking [that] we own the technology high ground,” the civilian told the assembled generals. “Technology doesn’t necessarily belong to us and where it goes is not necessarily in our hands.” For six decades, the United States could count on being the planet’s preeminent economic… Keep reading →

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