Taiwan is considering alternative defence weapons systems as the island nation focuses on improving its military capabilities.
Potential sale of 40 fighter jets and nearly 80 modernisation kits for Türkiye's existing fleet will boost bilateral ties and NATO long-term unity, says a State Department letter written to Congress.
Any significant shift toward the United States as a supplier is likely to trigger a backlash from Europe's fragmented defence industry.
The sanctions come in response to a $100 million US endorsed deal on the maintenance of Taiwan's missile defence systems by the two companies.
When politicians profit from the sale of arms, then wars become sold to voters as new products.
An investigation is under way after a major systems malfunction forced a pilot to execute an emergency landing at an air force base in the west of the country.
The United Arab Emirates is reportedly pausing discussions on multibillion-dollar deal to buy 50 American-made F-35 aircraft, Reaper drones and other advanced munitions.
Sales of arms by the industry's 100 largest companies totalled $531 billion in 2020 — an increase of 1.3 percent in real terms compared with the previous year, a new report says.
After twenty years and trillions flowing through the Pentagon’s war chest, the real winners were thousands of private military contractors that profited immensely.
Reports that Switzerland could purchase US fighter jets are likely to increase tensions with the European Union.
China and Russia are committed to collaborating on lunar colonisation, joining the tier of corporate titans and governments who recognize space is not only the last frontier, but a geopolitical endgame.
The White House said the sales back US foreign policy and national security objectives by "enabling the UAE to deter increasing Iranian aggressive behaviour and threats" after its recent peace deal with Israel.
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