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Category: Policy

Reforms Push New Day for US Foreign Military Sales

The Pentagon office in charge of leading the sales of US defense equipment to foreign governments released a strategy document Wednesday aimed at streamlining the foreign military sales (FMS) process, while helping Washington to...

DoD Steps Forward To Credible Audits

WASHINGTON: For decades critics have rightly nailed the Pentagon for the fact it doesn’t know how much money it’s spending or where that money really goes. Pressure has grown and grown for the Pentagon...

LCS Test-Fires New Norwegian Missile

The Navy test-fired a Norwegian long-range precision strike missile from the deck of its Littoral Combat Ship to assess whether the weapon should be permanently integrated onto the ship …read more

CSDP’s new partners: East Asia

“A political and security relationship is not only about comparing notes; it is also about taking action”, stated HR/VP Catherine Ashton when ­formalising cooperation between the EU and the Republic of Korea (ROK) on...

Interview: Bernard Gray, UK Chief of Defence Materiel

Bernard Gray’s scorchingly critical 2009 report on Britain’s defense procurement performance sparked a chain of events that eventually resulted in the Defence Equipment & Support (DE&S) organization being reformed into a bespoke government trading...

E. Haldun Solmazturk

Academy Turkey Senior Fellow, International Security Department Summary Haldun Solmazturk is the Academy Turkey Senior Fellow with the International Security Department. Prior to joining Chatham House in September 2014, he worked as a political-security...

Ethem Haldun Solmazturk

Academy Turkey Senior Fellow, International Security Department Summary Haldun Solmazturk is the Academy Turkey Senior Fellow with the International Security Department. Prior to joining Chatham House in September 2014, he worked as a political-security...

Who Exactly Underestimated ISIS?

The president’s acknowledgement that the U.S. “underestimated” the rise of ISIS raised more questions than it answered. …read more

Afghanistan, US Sign Long-Awaited Security Pact

The United States and Afghanistan on Tuesday signed a long-delayed security agreement that will allow about 9,800 American troops to remain in the country past this year. …read more

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