“The continuing evolution of regular and asymmetric threats, from both state and non-state actors, threatens the ability of MENA’s armed forces to continue projecting capabilities; this also poses a threat in the delivering of security and stability in a region severely lacking both. Traditionally MENA military capabilities are either viewed either in relation to its deficiency in capable manpower, or in regards to its ability to procure modern and advanced weaponry…”
Read the latest analysis from Gulf State Analytics advisor Matthew Hedges on how pressures in the Middle East and North Africa are impacting regional armoured vehicle requirements, from the conflict in Yemen to the evolving challenges presented by Daesh insurgents.
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