Updates from Libya
The Turkish government's decision to make the Hagia Sophia a mosque is part of the country's re-Islamization process forcefully imposed by Erdogan after the failed ...
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USA: 21 injured by explosion and fire on military ship moored at the port of San Diego
The US Navy reported a "terrible tragedy aboard the USS Bonhomme Richard (LHD 6) when a fire broke out while docked in the San Diego harbor." A...
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The race to Personal Weapons and the acceleration of the United States
On March 2018, XNUMX, President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin, during his speech on the state of the nation, presented the new missiles to the world for the first time ...
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China: the "military-civilian fusion" to win the next challenge with the USA
Trump's recent ban on Chinese students from American universities1 stems from a long way off, and is part of a US fear of losing even more ground in ...
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The new Takuba in Mali deliberates on missions abroad
After the blocking of parliamentary work due to COVID-19, the Government presented the annual resolution on the international missions in which our forces are engaged ...
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Why does Japan abandon the Aegis program?
2020 will perhaps be remembered as the year of the change of the national strategy: from a purely defensive posture Japan could in fact move on to something different. The...
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Berlin suspends the Special Forces
German Defense Minister Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer has effectively suspended the KSK (Kommando SpezialKrafte), due to infiltrations by members of the far Right and ...
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The development of the Chinese naval strategy and the confrontation with the United States
According to the Chinese Academy of Military Sciences, the national naval strategy must have the primary objective of expanding maritime power and therefore strategic interests ...
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Libya: fighting is back. The real game is played on oil
After a week of relative calm in Libya, fighting has resumed in the Sirte area between government forces ...
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The importance of aircraft carriers in a modern marina
Among the innovations that revolutionized the naval war in the twentieth century there is certainly the aircraft carrier whose strength is ...
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Sig Sauer pistols also for the USAF
The USAF will acquire approximately 125.000 new M-18 (P-320) pistols, produced by Sig Sauer, to arm the personnel ...
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Libya: Egypt threatens war. Risks and objectives for al-Sisi
Egypt takes a clear position in the words but ambiguous in the facts about Libya: “Sirte and Al-Jufra are a line ...
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Let's dismantle the Navy
After the official confirmation of the sale of the last two FREMM frigates (Schergat and Bianchi) to Egypt (when instead ...
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Exclusion of Italy from the new European wagon: question of the opposition to the government
On June 16, the government replied on the question of FdI senator Isabella Rauti, a member of the ...
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Chinese and Indians shoot themselves on the Himalayan border
Yesterday about 20 Indian soldiers were killed in a gunfight with Chinese soldiers in a remote area of ​​...
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Americans fly over Taiwan and Beijing protest
Yesterday afternoon, Colonel Ren Guoqiang, spokesman for the Ministry of National Defense (MND) of the Republic ...
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French nuclear submarine on fire in the port of Toulon
Last Friday a fire broke out on board the French nuclear submarine Perle, of the Rubis class, moored ...
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European defense: opportunity or mirage?
A theme that continues to be debated in Brussels, even in these coronavirus times, is the development of ...
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Will the US withdraw from Europe?
Over the past seventy years, the United States has contributed significantly to ensuring the Defense of the Old ...
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Iveco Daily: a minibus in riot gear
Really well known as a reliable commercial vehicle, Iveco Daily also represents for the Forces of ...
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