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When is cyberwar an act of war? Is NATO getting close to answers?

Just over a month ago, an entry appeared raising some issues that to be quite blunt, remain somewhat perplexing.  The entry was inspired by a chat with an Oxford University boffin at the Odessa Security Forum.   938 more words


Senegal agrees to "permanent" American presence for defence cooperation

Senegal and the US have signed a defence cooperation agreement allowing “the permanent presence” of American soldiers in the west African country. The accord gives US soldiers access to areas in Senegal, such as airports and military installations, in order to respond to security or health needs, such as terrorist threats or Ebola-like pandemics. 12 more words

Air Chief Marshal Arup Raha underscores vision for a futuristic force

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New Delhi: Chief of Air Staff, air Chief Marshal Arup Raha has emphasized the need to build up mission capability of all platforms and weapon systems. 387 more words


New Zealand Signals Intelligence in Historical Context since 1945

Research Paper Title

“Total Intelligence”: New Zealand Signals Intelligence in Historical Context since 1945.


This dissertation aims to provide an historical analysis of the UK-USA Agreement and an assessment of its significance for New Zealand’s security and defence. 230 more words

Military History


The Syrian government launched new airstrikes Saturday on insurgent-held neighbourhoods in Aleppo while rebels shelled government-held parts of the northern city, as a truce in other parts of the country appeared to be holding on its first day. 113 more words


Iheanacho Warns Man City Defence Ahead Of Real Clash

Manchester City striker Kelechi Iheanacho has warned that his team ‘must improve defensively’ if they are to stand a chance of overcoming Real Madrid in the Champions League semi-finals next week. 140 more words