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Russia And Egypt Conduct Joint Naval Drills In The Mediterranean Sea

Russian and Egyptian warship crews have started naval maneuvers within combined force teams and drilled an “encounter sea battle,” the Russian Defense Ministry reported on Thursday according to Tass. “On June 11, crews of Russian and Egyptian warships involved in the Bridge of Friendship-2015 naval exercise started to fulfill tasks at sea within combined tactical … Continue reading

Russia, Argentina To Establish Comprehensive Strategic Partnership

Russian President Vladimir Putin and visiting Argentinian President Cristina Fernandez will ink a deal to establish a comprehensive strategic partnership in addition to signing 20 cooperation agreements during a meeting at the Kremlin on Thursday, Russia’s TASS news agency reports. Russia and Argentina will sign a document which is geared to raise the level of bilateral relations, Russian president’s … Continue reading

China Becomes First Foreign Buyer Of Russia’s S-400 Air Defense System

China has become the first foreign buyer of Russia’s cutting-edge S-400 missile defense systems, said Anatoly Isaykin, the Director General of Russia’s major arms exporting company Rosoborobexport, according to interview with Russian newspaper Kommersant that was published on Monday. The head of Rosoboronexport declined to disclose terms of contract but confirmed that China had indeed become the first … Continue reading

Pepe Escobar: Eurasian Emporium Or Nuclear War?

By Pepe Escobar, Asia Times A high-level European diplomatic source has confirmed to Asia Times that German chancellor Angela Merkel’s government has vigorously approached Beijing in an effort to disrupt its multi-front strategic partnership with Russia. Beijing won’t necessarily listen to this political gesture from Berlin, as China is tuning the strings on its pan-Eurasian New … Continue reading

Russia Positions Air Defense Systems In Arctic

Russia has positioned air defense missile and artillery weapon systems Pantsir (SA-22 Greyhound) and is planning to place MiG-31 (Foxhound) interceptor aircraft in the Arctic region, the deputy head of Russian Aerospace Defence Forces said on Saturday, Russia’s Sputnik News reports. “We have already placed there gun systems Pantsir. Deployment of MiG-31 on the Russian Arctic airfield is planned,” Maj. Gen. Kirill … Continue reading

Indian Government Plans Nuclear Missile Shield In New Delhi

The Indian government has positioned two missile-tracking radars in the capital city of New Delhi, the first part of a planned effort to give the city a nuclear missile shield, India’s Economic Times reported on Saturday. When the shield is completed, it will be able to intercept incoming missiles fired from as far away as 5,000 km (3,100 miles), … Continue reading

India Ready To Pay Russia $25 Billion For 127 New Stealth Fighter Jets

Russia could soon see an invoice from India for an order of 127 new stealth fifth-generation fighter aircraft (FGFA) in a deal worth around $25 billion, according to a report from the Times of India (TOI). India is ready to seal a big project with Russia after a stalemate with France in a deal for its 4th-generation Rafale … Continue reading

Russia, Egypt Agree To Sign Deal On Military Cooperation

Russia and Egypt have agreed to sign an agreement on military cooperation that Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said will define the expanding bilateral defense relations between the two nations “for years to come”, Russian news agencies reported on Tuesday. The agreement will “determine the vector of our military cooperation for years to come,” Shoigu said. “The parties agreed to continue the … Continue reading

North Korea Developing Submarine Capable Of Launching Ballistic Missile, Kyodo Says

North Korea is developing a submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM) according to a report on Friday from Japan’s Kyodo News Agency, who cited a senior United States military commander. According to Kyodo, Cecil Haney, a U.S. Navy admiral who currently serves as Commander of the U.S. Strategic Command, made the remark during testimony at a hearing at U.S. congress. The … Continue reading

China Now Has More Submarines Than The U.S., Vice Admiral Says

China now has a larger submarine fleet than that United States, U.S. Vice Admiral Joseph Mulloy told lawmakers on Wednesday. Testifying before a congressional committee on Wednesday, Vice Admiral Mulloy, the deputy chief of naval operations for capabilities and resources, told the House Armed Services Committee’s seapower subcommittee that China is building “some fairly amazing submarines” and their … Continue reading

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