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December 7, 2016 by Gaia Racca
Italian PM Matteo Renzi
This week saw the fall of the 63rd Italian government in 70 years.The country’s population was asked to amend the constitution, to abolish symmetric bicameralism and to eliminate the provinces. The answer was a loud and clear ‘No’.  The reasons behind the choice of 60 percent of the electorate are complicated and inherently contradictory...
Tags: Italy | m5s | referendum
December 1, 2016 by Richard de Silva
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Maj. Gen. Craig Crenshaw serves as the Commanding General, U.S. Marine Corps Logistics Command Albany, Georgia. He will be the visiting keynote at February’s International Defence Logistics 2017 conference in Brussels, Belgium, where he will discuss the issues of effectively preparing a military supply chain for a return to contingency operations...
December 1, 2016 by Defence IQ Press
C-UAS survey
Are you concerned about the growing risk of unmanned aerial systems among insurgents and other adversaries? Do you believe more needs to be done to protect bases and personnel at home and in theatre from these systems?Following our recent survey on the threat of drones to civilian sites, we are now exploring the UAS risks to military bases and...
November 25, 2016 by Defence IQ Press
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The age of directed energy (DE) is finally – and rapidly – moving forward. No longer are those involved in this field primarily focused on issues of policy and possibility, but instead are fixed on the advancement of the technology into utility – exploring issues of integration, scale and operational application.  Defence IQ consulted...
November 24, 2016 by Defence IQ Press
Cyber Response Solutions: Waiting in the Grass
In the past two decades, the world has gone from the “Information Age” to the  “Digital Age” in an almost seamless transition. However, in the same period, the rise of cyber warfare capability has developed beyond the ability to combat it.  At a time where the lives of civilians and the work of governments and corporations alike are...
Tags: cyber | Germany
November 22, 2016 by Defence IQ Press
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Exploring Training, Humanitarian Operations & More... The role of the military engineer is becoming more diverse, expanding into new capabilities and continually facing new challenges domestically and overseas.   This free eMagazine provides updates on the developments taking place worldwide in the areas of mine clearance, smart...
November 17, 2016 by Defence IQ Press
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In this survey we are asking you to give us your opinion on the biggest challenges facing Medical Support Operations.  As a thank you, we will send you an infographic representation of our findings in one of the most wide-ranging polls that Defence IQ has carried out to date in this area.   Simply fill in the questions in the survey...
November 15, 2016 by Victor M. S. Barreira
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Image: Rafael Advanced Defense SystemsThe Israel Ministry of Defense's Directorate of Production and Procurement (DoPP) will purchase hundreds of additional Trophy active protection systems from local defence contractor Rafael Advanced Defense Systems, it announced on 11 November. The new systems will equip the Merkava Mk4 main battle tank (...
November 9, 2016 by Richard de Silva
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As of today, Lt. Gen (Rtd) Michael T. Flynn, former director of the Defense Intelligence Agency, is being rumoured for a potential cabinet position under the newly elected Trump Administration. Once a lifelong Democrat, Flynn became one of the loudest voices on the GOP campaign trail for Donald Trump, levelling heavy criticism at President...
November 8, 2016 by Mrityunjoy Mazumdar
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Faced with the rise of ‘near-peer’ navies employing anti-access/area denial (A2/AD) strategies and increasing tensions with Moscow especially after the annexation of Crimea and the release of Russia’s Maritime Doctrine in 2015 which emphasizes the need for their maritime forces to project power and readily access the Atlantic and the Arctic oceans...
Tags: naval | warships | navy
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