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    NATO nudges Europe to make its transport networks war-ready

    Bottlenecks exist that would impede the rapid shipment of combat gear around the continent in case of a crisis, officials warn. Defense News…

    Remembering the Moral Purpose of War

    Paul D. Miller, Atlantic Council RealClearDefense - Homepage…

    The Pity and the Glory of It All

    Jonathan Eyal, RUSIThe end of war commemorations in the UK and other western countries has little bearing on the feelings and historic memories of the Central and Eastern European…

    In Search of Space Power Theory

    Isaiah Honable, Strategy Bridge RealClearDefense - Homepage…

    Avic’s J-31 Fighter Is a Winner After All

    Bradley Perrett & Stephen Trimble, Aviation WeekNot long after the J-31 fighter prototype from Avic's Shenyang Aircraft Corp. appeared in 2012, analysts realized that it was not, after all,…

    Pentagon Sees Faster Move on Next F-35 Contract

    Tony Capaccio, BloombergPentagon weapons buyer Ellen Lord said the Defense Department and Lockheed Martin Corp. are speeding up efforts to complete the contract for the next and largest order…

    U.S. Army Pursues Israeli Robots

    Arie Egozi, Breaking DefenseThe US Army is looking into robots designed by Israel Aerospace Industries, with the first contracts likely to be signed in early 2019, after which production…

    U.S.-Backed Offensive Against ISIS to Resume After Pause

    Ryan Browne, CNNThe US-backed ground offensive against some of ISIS's final strongholds in Syria is set to resume after coming to a halt following cross-border clashes between the US-supported…

    Pentagon Looks Back to the Future on Missile Defense

    Paul Sonne, Washington PostMore than three decades ago, Michael Griffin was at the center of the military's "Star Wars" initiative, working to realize President Ronald Reagan's dream of shielding…

    Militarization of the Mediterranean on the Rise

    Metin Gurcan, Al-MonitorTensions are rising quickly in the eastern Mediterranean over sharing hydrocarbon reserves in the area.The latest developments signal increasing volatility. On Nov. 4, Turkish President Recep Tayyip…

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