Data tracks conflict ceasefires in context of COVID-19
An online digital tracking tool was launched on 8 July to examine the consequences of the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak on peace processes and armed conflict across the world.
Researchers assessed the progress of ceasefire agreements alongside live data on infection rates.
UN Security Council Resolution 2532, passed on 1 ...
Security challenges abound in Asia-Pacific for the incoming US president - so will he be up to them?
Bundestag committee gives green light to spend on torpedo upgrade, IT improvements and MBT ammunition
Leasing is looking like an increasingly attractive option for the Indian military.
The French government has announced it will contract Dassault for the production of 12 Falcon 2000 Albatros maritime multirole aircraft.
PODCAST: UK injects £16.5 billion into defence, China’s microwave weapons and Sense-Through-The-Wall capabilities
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The UK government has announced an extra £16.5 billion for defence spending over the next four years, with Royal Navy modernisation a key focus of new commitments.