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Opinion: Who becomes the world’s supplier of affordable fighters now?

23rd August 2019 - 10:40 GMT | by The Geobukseon in Indo-Pacific


Over the past few decades, Asian nations that were either friendly to or aligned with the US were some of the biggest customers for lightweight and inexpensive US-made fighter aircraft. The question is – as we approach the third decade of the 21st century – to which supplier will these Asian nations turn as they contemplate replacing those fighters acquired in the 1980s with something state of the art. For most nations in the region it is a tall order.

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The Geobukseon


The Geobukseon

Cracking open the hard shell of defence and security policy within the Asia Pacific , The Geobukseon …

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