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The election and UK defence policies

With the election only a few days away it’s worth taking a look at some of the main defence policies of the parties. The war in Afghanistan may be finished, but with ISIS still in existence and tensions with Russia mounting, not to mention the issues and challenges we cannot forsee, it’s important to understand where each party lies on the major policies that will effect the UK’s future security and international stability. 738 more words


Mladen Ivanić – a man with two faces

Mladen Ivanić, the leader of the Party of Democratic Progress (PDP), or Partija demokratskog progresa, was elected along with Dragan Čović of the Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ), or… 2,251 more words

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Indian Navy’s Theater Level Readiness and Operational Exercise (TROPEX) exercise concluded on 27 February 2015.

TROPEX-2015 was a month long exercise aimed at validating the Indian Navy’s Concept of Operations and the area of operations spanned the Arabian Sea and Northern Indian Ocean. 163 more words


China says its J-11D fighter jet is superior to America's third-generation fighters

The following is based on a translation from Chinese media:

Mil.huanqiu.com says according to US National Interest bimonthly, China conducted the maiden flight of its J-11D… 356 more words


Where do we draw the line on balancing China?

Is it time for the United States to get serious about balancing China? According to Robert Blackwill and Ashley Tellis, the answer is an emphatic yes. 1,895 more words


Seven reasons China will start a war by 2017

China will start its war for a number of reasons:

1. Regime Legitimacy

Very few people in China believe in communism anymore, including almost all of the 80 million members of the… 2,478 more words


China and Russia to build moon base as counter to US and Japanese plans

The following is based on a translation from Chinese media:

Russia’s Moscow Times lists four top projects of cooperation between China and Russia to describe the increasingly closer ties between the two de factor allies. 306 more words