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On July 3rd, the European Defence Agency (EDA) held the 5th policy meeting of the Single European Sky Military Aviation Board (ESMAB) with representatives of the SESAR Joint Undertaking, the

The European Union has shown significant progress in strengthening cooperation in the area of security and defence these last weeks. Macron’s willingness to push initiatives such as the European military

On 1 June, Italy’s new government took office. The two anti-establishment partners, the Movimento Cinque Stelle (Five Stars Movement) and the Lega (formerly the Northern League) barely mention defence in

One of the biggest Naval procurement programs in Europe and the biggest in Germany since the end of the World War II, the future MKS 180 frigates, sheds the light

In March, the US president announced its intent to impose tariffs on imports of steel and aluminium to the US (at rates of 25% and 10%, respectively) with possibility for

Recently, the President of the Land of Schleswig-Holstein, Mr. Daniel Günther (CDU) and his minister for economy, Mr. Bernd Buchholz (FDP) visited the two shipyards in tough competition for the

Following the 2016 Warsaw summit, the next NATO Summit will be held on 11 and 12 July 2018 in Brussels, Belgium. It will focus in particular on reinforcing the alliance’s

  In a technical note from the UK government on UK participation in Galileo, Britain is making unrestricted access to the EU’s Galileo satellite navigation system a condition for future defence

On May 16, the Foreign Affairs committee approved a resolution on cyber defence by 45 votes to 8, with 8 abstentions. This report might well become a cornerstone in the

In an interview published by De Telegraaf, on the 4th of May, the Chief of the Royal Dutch Navy, Admiral Kramer, had made several comments on issues directly linked

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