• Russian security reforms reflect stability fears

    Concerns about government stability ahead of the 2018 presidential election are driving Vladimir Putin into reforms of Russia's security apparatus. Mark Galeotti surveys changes that could substantially re-orient Moscow's internal security and espionage posture.
  • Better together: Manned-unmanned teaming continues apace

    MUM-T is establishing itself as an effective force multiplier with the US Army, and developments within that service and others are promising a step change in capabilities. Huw Williams explores some of the efforts under way and the key technologies
  • Chemical warfare threat continues to evolve

    As improvised chemical weapons attacks become increasingly common, greater training and awareness are needed for responders on the ground. Hamish de Bretton-Gordon examines some of the lessons to be learnt from chemical weapons use in Syria and Iraq.

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  • Lithuania and Norway agree NASAMS deal

    Lithuania has agreed to buy the Norwegian Advanced Surface-to-Air Missile System (NASAMS) from Norway, the Lithuanian Ministry of National Defence (MND) announced on 21 October. In total Lithuania is looking to purchase two batteries of the air-defence system for around EUR100 million (USD109

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  • Collaboration on weaponised C295W gathers pace

    Spanish company Expal announced on 18 October that it had signed an agreement with Airbus Defence and Space that will see the company provide engineering support for munitions to be mounted on an Airbus C295W. Expal said that they would be providing support "for the integration of standard