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By: Javier E. David
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The defense sector is one group that doesn't appear to care whether a Republican or Democrat wins the white house.
The European parliament will for the first time vote on whether to spend large scale public cash on military research.
Persuading North Korea to give up its weapons is "a lost cause", James Clapper, director of U.S. National Intelligence, says.
Lockheed Martin is seeing an upbeat outlook for its defense systems due to rising global threats and the equipment replacement cycle.
Russia has declassified the first ever image of its new thermonuclear-armed intercontinental ballistic missile.
Obama administration officials sought to reassure the public that it was taking steps to counter new types of cyberattacks.
Philippine President Duterte hit out at the U.S., saying it could forget about a military deal between both countries if he stayed in power longer.
Unlikely, says the Council on Foreign Relations' J. Berkshire Miller, as Japan's relations with the Philippines have been economic rather than defense-based.
Leo Shane, Military Times, weighs in on how the military is clawing back enlistment bonuses.
A growing threat of hostile drones is raising concern by military planners and accelerating the development of new weapons systems.
Ernesto Pernia, the Philippines' socioeconomic planning secretary, says his country's rebalance toward "Asian integration" is not a snub to the U.S.
North Korea fired a missile that failed immediately after launch early on Thursday, the U.S. and South Korean militaries said.
Key topics discussed during the BRICS Summit were terrorism, security, and trade, with BRIC nations pledging to double intra-BRICS trade by 2020.
Iraqi forces will retake Mosul after heavy fighting but rebuilding Iraq will take even longer, says Chicago Council on Global Affairs's Ivo Daalder.
The assault on Mosul could be one be the biggest military operations in Iraq since the 2003 invasion that toppled Saddam Hussein.
Admiral James Stavridis, Fmr. NATO Supreme Allied Commander, discusses the U.S. strikes in Yemen and potential national security issues that may unfold.
Ernest Moniz on Thursday said Russia is forcing the United States to focus on its nuclear security.
European governments are looking to increase defense budgets after years of declining spending.
Singapore and Australia say that China should not be worried about a defense pact between the two to increase cooperation.
The U.S. military launched cruise missile strikes on coastal radar sites in Yemen in retaliation of a failed missile attack on a U.S. Navy ship.
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