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The Key to a Strong European Defence Industry
By Dr 
Michael 
Schoellhorn 
The European defence system is finally evolving, accelerated by the growing need for effective, efficient, and sustainable air and space capabilities. At the same time, in light of the war against Ukraine, various shortcomings in [...]

Ensuring the Availability of Capability

By Wg Cdr 
Jez 
Parkinson 
‘Invincibility lies in defence; the possibility of victory in the attack.’ Sun Tzu There is no longer such a thing as a Rear Area, only a single Contiguous Battlespace that covers all dimensions concurrently, including [...]

NATO Space Deterrence – Defence through the Lens of DIME

By Maj 
Brian 
Ladd 
When discussing deterrence, one must first understand what it is. Deterrence can be described as a strategy aimed at dissuading potential adversaries from taking aggressive actions or pursuing hostile policies by convincing them that the [...]

The Relevance of Superior Joint Air and Space Power Technology in NATO’s Defence

By Col 
Tyler 
Niebuhr 
Evolution in the military is driven by the need to defend yourself and defeat your enemy, sometimes at all costs. The victor, in general, first develops a military force capable of evolving and incorporating new [...]

The Relevance of Quantity in Modern Conflict

What Does Russia’s Approach in the Russo-Ukrainian War Reveal?
By Lt Col 
Dennis 
Wartenberg 
On 24 February 2022, Russia launched a full-scale war on Ukraine. Various experts and analysts predicted the outnumbered Ukrainian Armed Forces (UAF) would last only a few days against the overwhelming Russian forces. Things turned [...]

What Happened at NATO’s Vilnius Summit?

By Mr 
Mathieu 
Droin 
By Ms 
Carlota 
García Encina 
By Ms 
Sissy 
Martinez 
By Mr 
Sean 
Monaghan 
By Mr 
Otto 
Svendsen 
A1: The position held by the alliance on Ukraine’s NATO application and other allies to minimize any risk of Russia escalating the conflict in Ukraine or beyond. However, allies went further than ever before on Kyiv’s membership [...]

NATO Deterrence and Defense: Military Priorities for the Vilnius Summit

By Mr 
Franklin D. 
Kramer 
Article Courtesy of Atlantic Council At the North Atlantic Treaty Organization’s July summit in Vilnius, the focus will necessarily be on support to Ukraine. But as NATO’s Strategic Concept makes clear, the Alliance also needs [...]

Joint Air & Space Power Conference 2023 Read Ahead

Enhancing Deterrence and Defence through Joint Air Power
Esteemed Colleagues, I am honoured to serve as your Moderator for the JAPCC Conference once again. For the second year in a row, we will convene amidst a major war being fought on the European [...]

The Multinational Joint Warfare Centre

A Leading Centre of Warfare
By Col 
Murat 
Çam 
The modern battlefield dynamics are changing as much and as rapidly as the requirements of the forces operating in it. Thus, the training and exercises required to ensure the operational readiness of forces demands continuous [...]

Achieving Sustainable Air and Space Readiness in the Light of the Ukrainian War

Imperatives from Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine – ‘The New Normal Readiness’
By Lt Col 
Rafael 
Ichaso 
By Lt Col 
Stefan 
Lax 
By Maj 
Tamás 
Oszlár 
By Cdr 
Aaron 
Shiffer 
In the dynamic and ever-evolving strategic landscape, NATO continually adjusts its Military Instrument of Power via the ‘Concept for Deterrence and Defence of the Euro-Atlantic Area’, and the ‘NATO Warfighting Capstone Concept’. As a military [...]

Organizing Logistics for Future Collective Defence

By Lt Col 
Isaiah 
Oppelaar 
Logistics is the cornerstone of all NATO operations but is often a secondary planning discussion after the staff plans the execution portion of an operation. According to NATO doctrine (AJP-5), ‘Logistics frequently shapes the design [...]

Enhancing Resilience in NATO’s Air and Space Power to Generate Deterrence and Defence in an Interdependent World

By Col 
Maurizio 
De Angelis 
The 2023 JAPCC Conference’s theme, ‘Enhancing Deterrence and Defence through Joint Air and Space Power – credible, capable and available’, is a promising subject that allows a reflection on all aspects of Air Power (AP) [...]

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