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  • NATO and the Counter-Terrorism 'Roller Coaster' (Andreea Stoian Karadeli)
  • Belarus Says Welcome to China, Iran and North Korea (Reuben F. Johnson)
  • Dilemma between Strategic Migration and Coronavirus Pandemic – the Syrian Refugee Crisis (Korhan Özkilinc)
  • “We believe that privatising public services is fundamentally a mistake” - Interview with Wolfgang Hellmich, Member of Parliament, Chairman of the Defence Committee of the German Bundestag
  • “I see submarines becoming even more relevant than today” - Interview with RADM Andrea Petroni, Commander of the Italian Navy's Submarine Force (MARICOSOM)
  • Turkish Air and Missile Defence Capabilities (Kubilai Han)
  • “Any nation willing to participate in an OCCAR programme may do so” - Interview with VADM Matteo Bisceglia, Director OCCAR (Organisation Conjointe de Coopération en matière d'Armement / Organisation for Joint Armament Cooperation)
  • FCAS – Europe's Most Ambitious Defence Programme (Giulia Tilenni)
  • Italy's Parliament in Support of Defence Programmes (Luca Peruzzi)
  • Armoured Vehicle Programmes in the Central and Eastern European Region (Micha? Jarocki)
  • German Heavy Transport Helicopter Approaching (Andre Forkert)
  • Shorter Waves, Better Performance (Thomas Withington)
  • Eastern European Tactical UAS Programmes (Alex Horobets)
  • Countering Drone Weapons (Tamir Eshel)
  • European Artillery Locating Radar Capabilities (Tim Guest)
  • Azerbaijan's Defence and Security Industry (Korhan Özkilinc)
  • “We are now working on an 'ILA goes digital'...” - Interview with Dirk Hoke, President of the German Aerospace Industries Association (Bundesverband der Deutschen Luft-und Raumfahrtindustrie e.V. – BDLI)

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