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Washington toys with ways to steer India, Turkey away from S-400

12th September 2018 - 23:21 GMT | by Ashley Roque in Washington DC


Trump administration officials are looking for incentives to steer allies and partners away from buying Russia's S-400 Triumf long-range, surface-to-air missile system and toward US weapon systems.

Washington has labelled China and Russia as potential military adversaries, and is moving out on a number of steps to counter the duo, including selling more weapons to partners and allies, relationship building and investing in new technologies. For the latter nation, though, there is growing US concern over S-400 international sales. 

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Ashley Roque


Ashley Roque

Ashley Roque joined Shephard Media in January 2018 as its North American Editor, based in …

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