We examine how Brexit would deny future British governments the ability to shape the direction and rules shaping Europe’s evolving defence internal market.
Poland’s ambitious military modernization program will undergo significant changes in coming months, following elections and a reevaluation of financial and operational planning assumptions.
After decades of piecemeal consolidation and interlocking alliances, Europe stands on the precipice of a major defence industrial shift.
A new commercial rationale is shaping the future of Europe’s defense industry, following a history of system of interlocking ownership structures.
Russia’s troubling regional ambitions have added urgency to Poland’s $44 billion military modernization and efforts to build a more capable indigenous defense industry.
Nexter and KMW are poised to join forces, their merger will encourage other defense companies to reconsider their strategies in the broader European land sector.
Five years after the adoption of the first EU “Defense Package,” calls to strengthen Europe’s defense industry still lack debate on the single defense market and implementation of related legislation.