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In a ‘buyers market’, when everyone is ready to sell everything,...

Positioned as one of the world’s top five military powers, but lacking the advanced technologies its military forces can truly trust in combat, India...

Katana – a Combat Marine System for Maritime Security

Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) has developed an advanced, high-speed unmanned boat designed for maritime, homeland security (HLS) surface warfare applications. The new Unmanned Surface Vessel...

India Test Launch Third Agni-4 Ballistic Missile

India successfully launched today (Monday, January 20, 2014) its nuclear-capable strategic missile Agni-IV. It was the third test flight, as part of the developmental...

Determining the Irreducible Elements of an Interim Agreement with Iran: ...

The following analysis was published November 5, 2013 by The Institute for Science and International Security (ISIS), few days before the P5+1 and Iran...

Iran, UN Agree on Nuclear Inspection Roadmap

While the 5+1 negotiations with Iran progress, Tehran continues the 'Smile Campaign', reaching an understanding with the United Nations (UN) to cooperate on resolving...

Boeing, Lockheed Martin Team to Offer a New Bomber for the...

The Boeing Company and Lockheed Martin Corporation announced they are teaming again to compete for the United States Air Force's (USAF) Long-Range Strike -...

New ICBM Under Development in Russia

The Moscow Institute of Thermal Technology (MITT) is developing a new Intercontinental Ballistic Missile (ICBM) under the name RS-26 Rubezh. This ‘medium class’ ICBM...

Russian SSBN Fleet to Receive Improved R-29 Missiles

At present, the liquid-propelled SS-N-23 Skiff (Russian designation R-29RMU Sineva) is the mainstay of the Russian Navy submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM) force. The Delta...

Modernizing the Russian Strategic Missile Force (RVSN)

While ballistic missile developments in Iran, North Korea, India and China are capturing the headlines, strategic forces of the world’s two superpowers undergoing profound...

Russian Air Force to Field a Stealth Bomber By 2020

In April 2013 the Russian Air Force has approved the conceptual design and specification of its future strategic bomber known as ‘PAK-DA’ (future long-range...

Return of the Russian Missile Trains

Moving to decommission almost all liquid-propelled ballistic missiles by 2020, the Russian Strategic Missile Force is planning to pursue a new liquid-propelled missile by...

India Conducts a Second Test of Agni V IRBM

India performed today the second test flight of its largest ballistic missile - 'Agni V'. This intermediate range ballistic missile (IRBM) has a strike...

Seoul to Invest US$63 Billion in Strategic Deterrence, Missile Defense

The South Korean defense ministry submitted to the parliament a 214.5 trillion won (US$192.6 billion) budget request for the 2014-2018 fiscal year period. The...

Iran Could Reach Critical Capability by 2014

During the next several months of 2013, Iran could shorten the timeline required for 'nuclear dash' to about one month. A recent report claims Tehran is expected to achieve a critical capability in mid-2014. "Preventing Iran from achieving a critical capability through sanctions, increased frequency of international inspections, and negotiations is a priority". The report understated.
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