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Agile and intuitive, Saab’s new Gripen E jet is set to bolster Sweden’s defence capabilities and – if the buyers meet strict criteria – its coffers too.

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The UK rethinks its defence strategy, South Korea stocks up and North Macedonia takes its Nato commitments seriously.

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The US Navy considers renaming some of its ships; Chile purchases some new missiles for its second-hand frigate; Russia’s fighter jet finds its market.

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Luxembourg’s defence minister talks about going green, India invests in homegrown jets and Greece places a big order.

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Russia takes an interest in CAR, Denmark’s mission to Greenland and Romania buys missiles.

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The US plan to sell F-35s to the UAE throws up problems, while Taiwan opens a new MRO centre and Japan sees sales of radars go to the Philippines.

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How the world should deal with China and can US campaigns run without crowds? Plus: Denmark’s happiness museum, five resilient cities, Belarus cosies up to the west and Brazil’s offshore defences.

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Why navies are using more drones, Japan’s controversial border force and Australia’s anti-ship missiles.

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A multi-ethnic memorial in Slovenia, India's new navy and Singapore’s growing air force.

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The Chagos Islands, Canada’s first female sergeant major and the UAE's arms industry.

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Island disputes troubling Japan and the US nuclear command finally retires its floppy disks.

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The UK’s buoyant boat-buying and the Canadian armed forces find new fatigues.

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