A Five Eyes Connection – preparing our militaries for the future battlefield (Studio)
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The Five Eyes is an intelligence-sharing agreement that has been the bedrock of national security for the five countries involved for more than 75 years. Forged during the Cold War, the Five Eyes has become the bedrock for much of the military cooperation we see today.
But how can an arrangement tailored to meet the demands of Cold War espionage adapt to new technological threats, to a world of cyber-attacks, electronic warfare and contested networks?
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