Tuesday 29 July 2014
Missile defence

Nato eyes missile shield progress with Russia

Nato hopes a US change to global missile defences will dispel Russian concern and foster cooperation on an issue that has long strained relations, alliance Deputy Secretary General Alexander Vershbow said in an interview. Russia h


ME unrest 'demands more US missile defence'

The momentum of recent events in the Mena region has raised the need for self defence, and the US has the missile capability to play an effective role in stabilizing a volatile region and preventing an escalation, said an expert. “It is vi


UAE looks to upgrade missile defence systems

The United Arab Emirates is planning to upgrade its missile defence systems and integrate them regionally with other Gulf Arab states to shore up its defences, top military officials said. The six oil exporting Gulf states -- worried about


Obama to visit Russia amid missile row

On the eve of President Barack Obama's first visit to Moscow, Russia and the United States were on Sunday still bargaining on an outline deal to cut Cold War arsenals of nuclear weapons. Obama arrives on Monday to meet Kremlin chief Dmitry


Japanese missile defence test fails

A Japanese naval destroyer failed to intercept a dummy ballistic missile in a test aimed at mimicking an intermediate-range North Korean ballistic missile attack, the US and Japan announced. 'There is no immediate explanation for the f

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