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The economic cost of terrorism is a major issue with which policy makers and investors are grappling. The New York Times reports.
If militarization increases after the Paris attacks, some under-the-radar companies could benefit, one analyst said.
Russia and the United States may stand in the way of France calling on NATO to help defeat Islamic State terrorists.
The horrific attacks in Paris could mean a new era of cooperation between Russia and the United States in the fight against ISIS.
Peter Skibitski, Defense Analyst, Drexel Hamilton, looks at the influence Friday's terrorist attacks in Paris could have on the defense sector.
Security officials on Monday said there is no reason attacks similar to those in Paris can't happen in the United States. Here's why.
An international manhunt is underway for a suspect involved in the series of terrorist attacks that roiled Paris. CNBC's Hadley Gamble has more.
Don Hanna, MD at Hanna-Roubini Global Economics, says the impact of the Paris terror attacks will depend on whether further attacks occur.
Western intelligence made the mistake of assuming terror attacks would be carried out by "lone wolf," says Colin Chapman, founder and editor-in-chief at Australian and South East Asian Strategies.
Colin Chapman, founder and editor-in-chief at Australian and South East Asian Strategies, says France could invoke the NATO Collective Defense clause within hours.
WASHINGTON, Nov 14- CBS News, which is hosting Saturday's Democratic presidential debate featuring Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, is shifting the focus of the debate to issues of national security in the hours after the Paris attacks, the New York Times reported. The Times quoted Steve Capus, executive editor of CBS News, as saying the network felt it was...
*Yemen, Iraq, Syria war strain supply chains. DUBAI, Nov 12- Having rushed to war in Yemen just as oil prices sank, Gulf Arab militaries are in a thrifty mood. Saudi Arabia for example is proceeding with a modernization of its navy, and Kuwait is still poised to buy $3 billion of fighter jets from Boeing on top of $7 billion in Eurofighters.
Few candidates came away as the obvious winners in the Republican debate Tuesday night.
WASHINGTON, Nov 10- The U.S. Senate overwhelmingly passed a sweeping defense policy bill on Tuesday and the White House said President Barack Obama will sign it, despite provisions making it more difficult to close the military prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Together with extending a ban on transferring Guantanamo detainees to the United States, the bill...
WASHINGTON, Nov 10- The U.S. Senate overwhelmingly passed a sweeping defense policy bill on Tuesday and the White House said President Barack Obama is likely to sign it, despite provisions that make it more difficult to close the military prison in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Together with extending a ban on transferring Guantanamo detainees to the United States, the...
DUBAI, Nov 10- U.S. Air Force Secretary Deborah James said on Tuesday it was important to speed up approvals of foreign arms sales, and she was open to creating a White House- level position to oversee the process across government. Bob Durbin, chief operating officer of the Aerospace Industries Association, the largest U.S. aerospace industry trade group, told...
DUBAI, Nov 10- U.S. Air Force Secretary Deborah James defended on Tuesday the process that selected Northrop Grumman Corp to build the next-generation U.S. bomber, saying it was "very deliberate" and included a number of independent reviews. James said the Air Force stood by its decision, announced last month. Government Accountability Office ruled on a formal...
CNBC's Jane Wells details how evolving American strategy in Syria could impact the defense sector.
Jefferies Defense Analyst Howard Rubel explains why the defense sector has more room to run.
DUBAI, Nov 9- A senior Boeing Co. executive on Monday described the loss of an $80 billion U.S. bomber contract last month as a "minor setback" and said the company remained determined to expand its defense business. Boeing suffered a setback last month when the U.S. Air Force chose its rival, Northrop Grumman Corp, maker of the stealthy B-2 bomber, to develop and build a...