International Security

Iran, China, Russia Joint Naval Drills Kick off Tomorrow

Citing the Iranian Army press Service, the ISNA news agency announced the beginning of joint naval drills on January 21. The Iranian, Chinese, and Russian navies are going to participate in maneuvers in the northern Indian Ocean waters. The drills are going to be focused on firing against targets, counterterrorist operations, rescuing a ship from…
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Cybercrime to Cost the World Over $10 Trillion by 2025

"Cybercrime threat is very real and is a widespread challenge faced by all countries. Together, we must be resilient at all times."  - stated Sri Acryl Sani bin Abdullah Sani, Malysia's Inspector General of Police speaking on the growing of cybercrime cases.   [newslist] The need for regional collaboration in cybersecurity has never been greater.…
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Tokyo and Beijing Set Up a Military Hotline

Tokyo and Beijing agree to set up a military hotline creating an emergency communication mechanism to defuse potential crises over disputed islands and the Taiwan Strait, said Japanese officials. [newslist] The Financial Times has reported that the Japanese defence ministry said the governments agreed to set up the link by the end of 2022 during…
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Pantsir-SM-SV Upgrade to be Completed in 2022

Russia’s Battlefield Air Defense Chief Lieutenant General Alexander Leonov said in an interview with the Defense Ministry’s Krasnaya Zvezda newspaper on Friday that work on the Pantsir-SM-SV new surface-to-air missile/cannon system modification will be completed in 2022. [newslist] "Work is simultaneously underway to develop the Pantsir-SM-SV tracked surface-to-air missile system modification for the Army and…
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Israeli Military Construction: The Financial Aspect

The Israeli political leadership has traditionally paid serious attention to financing the national military establishment. Evidently, it is maintaining a high alert level that enables the Israeli to quickly respond to emerging challenges and national security threats.   Israel’s Military Budget According to “The Military Balance”, the annual review of countries’ military potential, the Israeli…
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Egyptian-Emirati Joint Air Training Zayed-3

The Egyptian and Emirati Air Force conducted a 10-day joint air training (Zayed-3), in the United Arab Emirates in collaboration between the Ministry of Defence and the Egyptian Armed Forces. The exercise was conducted over three phases, which included plannin, conducting air training operations, as well as offensive and defensive air operations. [newslist] The exercise…
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Global Biosecurity Challenges. Problems and Solutions

The III International Conference “Global Biosecurity Challenges. Problems and Solutions" was held in Sochi on 24-25 June 2021. Representatives of more than 30 countries met to discuss global biological security issues, the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention (hereinafter referred to as BTWC or the Convention), and lessons learned in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. [newslist]…
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IX Moscow Conference on International Security

The 9th Moscow Conference on International Security (MCIS-2021), organised by the Russian Ministry of Defence, opened on Wednesday in Moscow. The forum will discuss global and regional stability issues, as well as various aspects of security in Europe, Asia, Africa, the Middle East and Latin America. [newslist] Conference participants will address information security, "post-INF" (Intermediate-Range…
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NATO Troops Buildup on Russian Borders

NATO is concentrating Troops on the Russian borders and those of Belarus; 40,000 troops and 15,000 items of armament and military hardware, including strategic aircraft, said the Russian Minister of Defence, Sergey Shoigu on Tuesday. Follow New Defence Order. Strategy on Google News. Russian Security Council Secretary Nikolai Patrushev said on Wednesday, during a session dedicated to…
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