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New Zealand will develop a revised Defense Capability Plan to alert the defense industry to future mid-term requirements, Defense Minister Jonathan Coleman said. The plan, which must be approved by the Cabinet, and the recent Defense Midpoint
U.S. defense spending compared to other countries (source: Pete G. Peterson Foundation and Stockholm International Peace Research Institute) Isn't the U.S. military budget already facing a lot of pressure?...The sequester kicked in for defense
Rep. Doug Lamborn, who has won awards for fiscal conservatism, is not one to ever quibble with cash funding the military. And, as Congress moves into a winter of all-out war on spending and tax levels, the fourth-term Colorado Springs Republican is
Don't expect the budget negotiating committee convening on Capitol Hill Wednesday to arrive at any sweeping resolution that tackles long-term government spending, entitlement programs or the Tax Code. If anything happens which is highly uncertain it
North Africa is expected to become a key defense market, led by regional military heavyweight Algeria, increasingly the linchpin of the battle against al-Qaida in Africa, amid major upgrades for military and security forces, a new study says.
involves looming government defense budget cuts and their impact on the aerospace giant's top and bottom lines. It's a valid point, to be sure; Boeing's defense segment will likely suffer to some degree as budget deficits force the government to
Speaking to the Hudson Institute think tank, Abe said "an immediate neighbor" of Japan has been increasing military spending by more than 10 percent annually, Agence France-Presse reported. "So call me, if you want, a right-wing militarist," he said.
To understand the shutdown crisis in Washington, go back to the House Republican balanced budget plan last spring. To placate the right, promises were made then that could not be kept, and with a new fiscal year beginning Tuesday, GOP leaders are
The wartime era of growing defense spending in San Diego County plateaued in fiscal 2013 and will likely retract slightly next year, according to a report released today by the San Diego Military Advisory Council. In 2014, the military and defense
Japan's promised review of its longstanding ban on arms exports, as part of a push for a more robust military, could help make its defense contractors more globally competitive by reducing costs and expanding markets. The Defense Ministry said on