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The Russian-Ukrainian war has negatively changed the international security environment also when it comes to the maritime domain, in terms of both the security of Europe’s seas and naval combat...

06/12/2022

In November 2021 IAI won the European Defence Agency (EDA) call for a “Study on National Industrial Strategies and Policies in EDA participating Member States relevant for the European Defence...

14/02/2022

How do Western armies will cope with high-end operational requirements and disruptive technological innovations such as robotics and artificial intelligence? The webinar will discuss a new IAI...

20/12/2021

The international webinar “Europe's Missile Defence, EU and Nato”, which will be held on May 4, 2021 from 16:00 to 17:30, will present a new study by IAI...

26/07/2021

The 2020 deal reached by EU and UK on their trade relations puts an end to the Brexit process. In the new reality much has to be done in order to preserve and develop the fruitful cooperation...

28/06/2021

Nato’s evolution will depend on its ability to face an increasingly competitive international environment, in which global and regional powers...

24/06/2021

Arms control, disarmament and non-proliferation efforts are not dead, but need an adaptive and enhanced Nato playing a role for innovation in the ADN area. NATO’s...

15/01/2021

The 2016 EU Global Strategy delineated the level of ambition of the Union, but four years later the EU still struggles to reach this level in the...

30/11/2020

The EU directives on defence market (2009/81) and intra-EU transfers (2009/43) were adopted after a delicate process led by the European Commission and influenced by the member...

14/10/2020

Government-to-Government (G2G) agreements in defence are a valid instrument to promote national sectoral champions and allow the State, as vendor, to gain mid-long term economic and politico-...

12/10/2020