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    Key Points The Spanish Navy's F-110 frigate programme has entered the project definition phase Outputs from the F-110 work may feed into a separate Project SEA 5000 risk reduction study being performed by Navantia for Australia Spanish shipbuilder and systems group Navantia has revealed details

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    Key Points The head of the Indonesian armed forces has said China's growing military capabilities could destabilise Southeast Asia General Moeldoko's comments, at a forum in Singapore, follow an announcement that Indonesia will deploy aircraft to the Natuna Islands in the South China Sea Against

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    Israeli defense minister Moshe Ya'alon and US secretary of defense Chuck Hagel recently confirmed that the Israeli Air Force (IAF) will gain a second squadron of Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II Joint Strike Fighters, a source close to Ya'alon has told IHS Jane's . No official statements have been

  • Armed clashes kill 35 combatants in Syria's Idlib

    ACCORDING to the pro-opposition Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, at least 35 soldiers and Jabhat al-Nusra militants were killed during armed clashes that began when militants attacked several checkpoints and the governor's office in the city of Idlib in Syria's Idlib governorate on 27 October.

  • Burkinabé president's refusal to agree exit raises risk of mass protests turning violent and legislative delays

    EVENT Police fired teargas and water cannon to disperse protesters on 28 October after they ventured too close to the National Assembly, which is due to debate a constitutional amendment removing presidential term limits on 30 October. The confrontation came at the end of a mass rally that was

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  • Lebanon struggles to secure its borders

    Amid the ongoing regional security threat, Hizbullah and the US now have a shared enemy in the Islamic State. Nicholas Blanford examines Lebanon's ambivalent attitude towards the anti-Islamic State coalition and explores the potential for co-operation.
  • Insecurity in Africa's Great Lakes region

    Download an extract of our report detailing prominent drivers of insecurity in the Great Lakes region, drawn from IHS Jane's Military and Security Assessments Centre and IHS Country Risk. Included are a comparative analysis of the military capabilities in the region, political risk forecasts and profiles of trans-national insurgent and terrorism groups operating there.
  • On the borderline - Turkey's ambiguous approach to Islamic State

    As fighting between Syrian Kurds and Islamic State militants continues in the border town of Kobanê, the Turkish government is facing criticism for its lack of intervention. Lale Sariibrahimoglu looks at Ankara's ambivalent stance towards the Syrian conflict.
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  • EDA declares MARSUR operational

    Europe's navies declared their Maritime Surveillance (MARSUR) software platform for exchanging maritime awareness data operational on 27 October, though not all the European Union's (EU's) navies have joined the effort yet. The platform is the navies' contribution to the wider maritime surveillance

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