Australia has bought अमेरिकी 1.3 billion worth of US-made helicopters as the navy puts European-built MRH-Ta0 Typhoons in trouble.

The Royal Australian Navy is preparing to dump a troubled fleet of European-built MRH-90 Taipan helicopters, replaced by US-made Seahawks in a 1.3 billion deal. Highlights: The US Defense Security Agency has approved the sale of 12 Sikorsky Romeo Sihak helicopters to Australia. The helicopters are expected to eventually replace the Navy’s six Airbus-built MRH-90s. … Read more

China has violated Taiwan’s air security, with events entering a “dangerous time”: the former US NSA

Washington [US]October (ANI): A former US National Security Adviser (NSA) has warned that the situation around Taiwan is entering a “very dangerous time” in light of China’s growing military incursion into Taiwan’s air defense identification zone (ADIZ). The former army general, who has served as Trump’s security ally for less than a year, said China’s … Read more

Washington welcomes news of direct talks between Iran and Saudi Arabia

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates – The United States welcomes news of direct communications between longtime Middle Eastern rivals Saudi Arabia and Iran, a Biden administration official told CNBC on Monday, at a time when tensions are high in the region and Iran has a newly elected government. The West does not shy away from expressing … Read more

UK deploys army officers to tackle fuel shortage

LONDON: Nearly 200 military tanker personnel will be deployed from Monday to provide temporary support in tackling the long queues at UK petrol stations caused by supply shortages, the government announced on Saturday. The shortage has been caused by a serious shortage of truck drivers, especially trucks (truck) drivers who have to deliver fuel. The … Read more

defence: China, US in talks on military relations amid strained ties

BEIJING: Defense Officials from China and the US held two days of talks in a small sign of progress amid an ongoing sharp downturn in relations. The secure video conference held Tuesday and Wednesday was led by Major General Huang Xueping, deputy director of the People’s Liberation Army’s Office for International Military Cooperation, and US … Read more

North Korea claims to have tested a hypersonic missile

North Korea has successfully tested a new hypersonic glide missile, state media reported Wednesday on what will be the nation’s latest progress in nuclear technology. Tuesday’s launch was of “great strategic importance,” according to the official Korean Central News Agency, with the North seeking to increase its defense capabilities “a thousandfold.” The launch from Zhangjiang … Read more

NT Supreme Court Benjamin Glenn Hoffmann Alleged Michael Sisois Murder CCTV Shown

Video footage from the moment Berjamin Glenn Hoffman allegedly murdered Michael Sisois in Darwin Car Park has been shown to a northern jury. Highlights: Mr Huffman’s nine-week murder trial is in its second week Michael Sisois died in the car park of the Buff Club The jury heard from a witness who entered the car … Read more

‘Our desire is to keep the peace’: Dutton

Defense Secretary Peter Dutton says the Australian government’s wish is to “keep the peace” with China. “But you don’t maintain peace from a weak position,” Dutton told Sky News Australia. “And we have made historic decisions here, we have reached agreements that have never been able to land before. “That reflects the period we live … Read more

‘Our desire is to keep the peace’: Dutton

Defense Secretary Peter Dutton says the Australian government’s wish is to “keep the peace” with China. “But you don’t maintain peace from a weak position,” Dutton told Sky News Australia. “And we have made historic decisions here, we have reached agreements that have never been able to land before. “That reflects the period we live … Read more

‘We want peace’: Dutton

Defense Secretary Peter Dutton has said the Australian government’s desire is to maintain peace with China. “But you can’t keep peace from a state of weakness,” Mr Dutton told Sky News Australia. “And we’ve made historic decisions here, we’ve come to agreements that we’ve never been able to land before. “It reflects the period in … Read more

Morrison’s ‘sub-par’ performance is Australia’s national identity tank

Morrison’s Australia-French submarine agreement in favor of the AUKUS agreement indicates to the world that Australia is not willing to become a real sovereign nation, writes Peter Henning. Australia as a potential “A nation for a continent“Not anymore. At the time of the Federation in 1901, there was a tantalizing notion that Australia could one … Read more

Treasury eases US aid to Afghanistan amid Taliban sanctions

Men are depicted as the Taliban-controlled Central Bank of Afghanistan seizes a large amount of cash and gold from former top officials, including former Vice President Amrullah Saleh, in Afghanistan, in this hand-held statement obtained by Reuters on September 15, 2021. out. Da Afghanistan Bank | Handout | via Reuters WASHINGTON — The Treasury Department … Read more

Australia could use “external gain” to curb China’s coercive behavior

Shiro Armstrong, of Australia’s National University, says China’s bid to join the Trans-Pacific Partnership is an opportunity to use its “external gains” for internal reform in Australia’s Beijing. “It’s an important bid by the Chinese to sign more rules as part of an order based on the rules. But I think it’s an opportunity for … Read more

Australia can use ‘external leverage’ to curb China’s coercive behavior

China’s bid to join the Trans-Pacific Partnership is an opportunity for Australia to use its “external influence” to advance domestic reforms in Beijing, said Shiro Armstrong of the Australian National University. “This is a significant offer from the Chinese, who are raising their hands to sign up for more rules as part of the rules-based … Read more

Labor is required to make ‘one decision’ in the submarine agreement

Adoni Media’s Lisa Goddard says the Labor Party must decide one way or another about the AUKUS alliance and the acquisition of nuclear-powered submarines. In a report, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison accused the Labor Party of undermining national security by “betting” on the proposal. “They have to be bipartisan when it comes to national … Read more

US Congress supports AUKUS nuclear submarine deal

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has met with leaders of the United States Congress, including Speaker Nancy Pelosi, who supports the AUKUS nuclear submarine project. Mr. Morrison is in the United States meeting with Quad leaders following the historic submarine deal. “A lot of the focus at the prime minister’s press conference is still on the … Read more

Command and Conquer: Game-like system helps SAF choose weapons on the battlefield more effectively

The CCIS also takes care of this by automatically detecting new threats and giving commanders the ability to redirect the most optimal means of attack based on factors such as their proximity to the new threats. This allows them to take out the new threats before returning to their original mission. “This allows the SAF … Read more

‘We will be patient’: Morrison’s call to Macron fails

Prime Minister Scott Morrison says he has tried to contact Emmanuel Macron, but the French president has not answered his call. It comes as Paris withdrew its ambassadors from Australia and the US amid outrage after a diesel submarine contract between France and Australia was torn up by the Morrison government. When asked in a … Read more

Biden and Macron meet after France-US submarine fight

US President Joe Biden (L) and French President Emmanuel Macron speak after the family photo at the start of the G7 summit in Carbis Bay, Cornwall on June 11, 2021. Ludovic Marin | AFP | Getty Images WASHINGTON – President Joe Biden spoke to the French president on Wednesday Emmanuel Macron as leaders tried to … Read more

Fast track nuclear molecular subs an ‘all round good thing’

Herald Sun journalist Caleb Bond says fast-track access to Australia’s nuclear-powered submarines is a “good thing everywhere.” Australia, along with Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Defense Secretary Peter Dutton, is reporting that the United States and the United Kingdom are operating nuclear submarines in Australia eight years ahead of schedule. “We’re already spending billions upon … Read more

France builds EU support in the sub-line, but some warn against a US crackdown

European allies gathered cautiously around France on Tuesday after the United States and Australia decided to scrap a submarine supply deal, but some warned the dispute would not torpedo trade talks. Angry France has accused the United States, Australia and the United Kingdom of working behind the scenes to negotiate an AUKUS defense agreement and … Read more

Keating condemns labor for supporting the submarine agreement

Spectator Australia columnist Caroline de Russo says former Prime Minister Paul Keating “never fails to have an opinion” because he condemns Labor for supporting the AUKUS submarine deal. The Edge is reporting that Mr Keating’s support for the AUKUS coalition has sparked outrage in the Labor Party, which he says is “surrendering” control of the … Read more

France wins EU support in submarine row

SOUNDBITE On the margins of the UN General Assembly, European Union diplomatic chief Josep Borrell says EU ministers have “expressed clear solidarity with France” after Australia signed a multi-billion dollar contract for French submarines last week. instead of opting for US nuclear weapons. powered as part of a new triple alliance with Washington and London. … Read more