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Indian Army progresses integrated warfare strategy
by Kapil Kajal 22 Nov 2022
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The South Western Command (SWC) of the Indian Army has conducted an Integrated Battle Group (IBG) exercise along the country's western border with Pakistan.
Janes Senior Analyst Testifies before the U.S. Congress. Discusses the Concerns Associated with U.S. Investor Exposure to Chinese and Russian Companies
21 Nov 2022
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On Tuesday, November 15, 2022, Janes Senior China Analyst Claire Chu participated in a Congressional hearing titled, “Investing in our Rivals: Examining U.S. Capital Flows to Foreign Rivals and Adversaries Around the World.”
UK defence spending to remain above 2% of GDP
by Matilde Stronell 18 Nov 2022
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On 17 November, UK Chancellor of the Exchequer Jeremy Hunt unveiled his Autumn Statement 2022, a package of measures aimed at restoring the country's public finances and...
Iran blamed for another UAV attack on tanker
by Yaakov Lappin & Jeremy Binnie 17 Nov 2022
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Iran used a Shahed-136 unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) to attack an oil tanker in the Gulf of Oman, an Israeli source told Janes on 16 November.
Ukraine conflict: Motor Sich to stay in government hands for now, industry rep says
by Marc Selinger 17 Nov 2022
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Ukraine's government, which recently seized control of aircraft engine manufacturer Motor Sich, does not appear to be in a rush to sell the company to a new private...
Ukraine conflict: Biden seeks USD37.7 billion more for Ukraine
by Marc Selinger 16 Nov 2022
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The administration of US President Joe Biden asked Congress on 15 November to approve USD37.7 billion in additional Ukraine-related military, economic, and humanitarian...
Packing a heavy punch: Trends in light utility/light attack helicopter markets
by Charles Hollosi & Jaison Deepak 28 Oct 2022
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Since the Vietnam War, when the ubiquitous Bell UH-1 ‘Huey' was equipped with forward-firing rockets and guns, helicopters used for engaging ground targets have evolved...
Ukraine conflict: Russia loses more than a quarter of ‘Hokum' attack helo fleet, says UK MoD
by Gareth Jennings 25 Oct 2022
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Russia has lost more than a quarter of its fleet of Kamov Ka-52 ‘Hokum' attack helicopters during the eight months of war in Ukraine, the UK Ministry of Defence (MoD)...
Defexpo 2022: India unveils upgraded BMPs
by Kapil Kajal 21 Oct 2022
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India's state-run Armoured Vehicle Nigam Limited (AVNL) has unveiled the BMP-2M infantry combat vehicle (ICV) at Defexpo 2022, being held in Gandhinagar, Gujarat, from...
Ukraine conflict: ‘Drones' engage in first recorded unmanned aerial combat
by Gareth Jennings 14 Oct 2022
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Unmanned systems have engaged each other in combat for the first time, footage released from Ukraine appears to show.
Ukraine conflict: Ukrainian advances continue after Russian rout from Lyman
by Nicholas Fiorenza 06 Oct 2022
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Ukrainian forces continued to make progress following their recapture of Lyman in Donetsk on the weekend of 1−2 October, with Western sources saying on 5 October that...
Turkey launches first Ada-class corvette for Ukraine
by Kate Tringham 03 Oct 2022
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Turkish shipbuilder RMK Marine launched the first MilGem (Ada)-class corvette on order for Ukraine, Hetman Ivan Mazepa (F 211), at its shipyard in Tuzla, Istanbul, on 2...
Ukraine conflict: Parliament discusses record 2023 defence budget
by Matilde Stronell 28 Sep 2022
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Ukrainian Finance Minister Sergii Marchenko presented Kyiv's draft 2023 state budget to parliament on 21 September. The bill includes a record UAH857.9 billion (USD23.02...
Putin's mobilisation announcement signals readiness to escalate Ukraine conflict, while Penal Code amendments indicate Kremlin's alarm over lack of popular support
23 Sep 2022
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Putin's mobilisation announcement signals readiness to escalate Ukraine conflict, while Penal Code amendments indicate Kremlin's alarm over lack of popular support. On 21 September 2022 President Vladimir Putin announced in a pre-recorded televised address a partial mobilisation of the Russian Federation for the first time since the Second World War. Putin said that the goal of the so-called ‘special operation' – the liberation of the Donbas – remains unchanged. Putin also warned the West that in the case of a threat to Russia's “territorial integrity”, he is ready to use all the means at his disposal to protect Russia, including nuclear capabilities.
IAF seeks to revitalise combat strength
by Akhil Kadidal 20 Sep 2022
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The Indian Air Force's (IAF's) squadron strength has declined to 31. The air force's plan to revitalise its strength involves upgrades and the fructification of India's...
Remnants of Iranian UAV found in Ukraine
by Jeremy Binnie 14 Sep 2022
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The Ukrainian Ministry of Defence tweeted photographs on 13 September showing what it said was an Iranian Shahed-136 unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) that its forces shot...
Puzzle pieces: Washington eyes path ahead for homeland cruise missile defence
by Ashley Roque 13 Sep 2022
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Reports of Russian Tu-95 aircraft and submarines launching cruise missiles to strike targets in Kyiv, Dnipro, Vinnytsia, and Odesa filled US news reports throughout...
Updating strategy: NATO's new strategic concept calls for reprioritisation of CBRN threats
by John Eldridge 09 Sep 2022
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NATO's strategy since the collapse of the Soviet Union was noted for its drift and lack of purpose. Comments by French President Emmanuel Macron in November 2019 that...
MSPO 2022: Head of Ukraine's largest ‘military' foundation identifies Kyiv's requirements
by Nicholas Fiorenza 07 Sep 2022
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Taras Czmut, head of Ukraine‘s largest ‘military' foundation, ‘Come Back Alive', identified Kyiv's requirements to counter Russian invaders during a press briefing on...
Janes partners with ESRI for Conflict Observatory
07 Sep 2022
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WASHINGTON D.C. - Janes, the defense intelligence provider, partners with Esri for Conflict Observatory to document alleged war crimes in Ukraine. Janes will provide access to assured open-source foundational, data, delivered through Janes Intara which enables the integration of multiple data sources into an existing platform or tool. The enriched data that Intara provides will provide a greater understanding as to what is happening on the ground in Ukraine.

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