Military and Defence

UK Ready to Sell “Unlimited” Military And Radar Technologies to China

UK Ready to Sell “Unlimited” Military And Radar Technologies to China

Stephen Chen of the South China Morning Post (SCMP) reported on November 5th that an anonymous UK defense manufacturer had been awarded the license to sell “unlimited” quantities of defense assets to China. The merchandise will include airborne radar technology that the PLA could be suing soon. The manufacturer landed the plum contract under the “open individual...

Irresponsible Military Confrontations Appear To Be On The Rise

Irresponsible Military Confrontations Appear To Be On The Rise

Recent data from the US military reveals that its forces are increasingly facing “unsafe” and “irresponsible” encounters with adversaries. Notably, the armed face-offs are occurring at the sea and in the skies, and the Russian, Chinese, and Iranian forces are engaged in confrontations with the US armed services most frequently. The latest incident involved a US reconnaissance...

The Making of Drones – 10 Milestones

The Making of Drones – 10 Milestones

Drones are on a high, literally. They are being applied for a vast range of application including retail, logistics, military, recreation, aerial photography, and warehousing, among others. Since 1907 when the world’s first drone was made, the unmanned air vehicles have risen in demand and popularity. Today, they are a household term. Below are the ten milestone...

‘Don’t Threaten Us’: Iran Tells US on Sanctions

‘Don’t Threaten Us’: Iran Tells US on Sanctions

The sanctions are back on the Iranian door-step, and they are being defied en-masse by thousands of young Iranians. The occasion was the 39th anniversary of the Students’ Day. It commemorates the historic siege of the US Embassy in Tehran by pro-Khomeini students who gate-crashed the Embassy and took fifty-two hostages in a prolonged, 444-day international crisis....

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