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Trump's campaign against defense costs isn't expected to put a damper on earnings for the industry's big contractors.
Donald Trump will sit down with the top military officers and get "THE Briefing," that provides him with the tools he would use to wage nuclear war.
With Trump's lack of U.S.-Asia policy, Abe's establishment of personal rapport was a smart move, says Frank Lavin, CEO of Export Now.
The United States has seen indications that North Korea may be preparing for a new missile test-launch in the coming days or weeks.
CNBC's Akiko Fujita reports on how trade and security are the top concerns for America's closest allies.
The U.S. Department of Defense and Lockheed Martin are close to deal for a contract worth almost $9 billion.
Sectoral moves and retaliation, like in the steel sector, could occur, says Ernest Bower, president of Bower Group.
Richard Fontaine, Center for a New American Security, says that there will be an opportunity for leaders, like Xi Jinping or Vladimir Putin, to step up.
Germany's Foreign Minister said that Trump's comments about NATO had aroused concern across the 28-member alliance.
John Eade, Argus Research, discusses what will happen to Lockheed's stock following the CEO's meeting with President-Elect Trump today.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports on Donald Trump's meeting with Lockheed Martin CEO Marillyn Hewson at Trump Tower.
Chinese state media sharply criticized President-elect Trump’s nominee for Secretary of State for his aggressive stance on the South China Sea.
CNBC Morgan Brennan reports the latest on the confirmation hearing for Defense secretary designate James Mattis.
The world order is under attack, and NATO is essential to peace, Ret. Gen. James "Mad Dog" Mattis said Thursday at his Senate confirmation hearing to be Donald Trump's pick for Defense secretary.
Discussing the Trump effect on defense stocks with Richard Safran, Buckingham Research Group director of equity research.
NATO is essential to peace, Ret. Gen. James "Mad Dog" Mattis says at his confirmation hearing as Defense secretary.
CNBC's Morgan Brennan takes a look at how Donald Trump's comments impact defense stocks.
The two countries might come into conflict more but violent or armed action is unlikely to happen, says James Nolt at the World Policy Institute.
Donald Trump criticizes Lockheed Martin's F-35 program again saying it's "many many billion of dollars over budget."
This is the latest sign of heightened tensions between Beijing and Taiwan.
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