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European Security & Defence

Published in English for global decision makers in politics and armed forces

European Security & Defence (ESD) addresses focal aspects of European security and defence policy, force development and armament for an international audience in more than 100 countries. Contributors include high-level authors from politics, armed forces, public administration and science covering:

  • Security policy
  • International armed forces
  • Armament and procurement
  • Weapon systems and equipment
  • International defence technology
  • Research and technology

ESD's annual programme includes a special issue on „Defence Procurement in Germany“.

Editor-in-Chief: Dr. Peter Bossdorf
Deputy Editor-in-Chief: Col. (ret) Henning Bartels
Managing Editor (Magazine): Stephen Barnard
Managing Editor (Newsletter): Dorothee Frank
Marketing/Advertising: Juergen Hensel
Supported by the ES&T editorial team and an international network of correspondents and authors.

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ESD Spotlight

From January 2015 the magazine is accompanied by the newsletter ESD Spotlight. ESD Spotlight is published fortnightly, can be subscribed to free of charge and brings you up-to-the minute information and news in the areas of security policy, armament and procurement, and defence industry.

ESD Spotlight is distributed by email in PDF format.

Download ESD Spotlight, issue 73 (DSEI Review 1) here!

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Current Issue

Contents of issue 6/2017 include:

  • Italy and its Defence Partnership with NATO and the EU (Luca Peruzzi)
  • Moldova’s Difficult Course Forward (Nina Lutterjohann)
  • Armenia and the South Caucasus Security System (Gayane Novikova)
  • The Art of Bullying: Nuclear North Korea and its Place in East Asia (Jan Blinka)
  • The North Atlantic Treaty of 1949 and its Relevance in 2017 (Eugene Kogan)
  • The Ukrainian Strategic Environment (David Saw)
  • CBRN Defence and NATO (Dan Kaszeta)
  • 2018 US Defence Budget Proposal Restoration (Joshua Cohen)
  • “We are actually working to reach the objective of 2%.” - Interview: Agustín Conde, Secretary of State in the Spanish Ministry of Defence
  • “This situation cannot go on.” - Interview with Deputy Defence Minister of the Republic of Azerbaijan, Lt.Gen. Karim Valiyev
  • Paradigm Shift at Infantry Company Level - David Saw
  • MIV: FRESh Thinking? (Tim Mahon)
  • Move Forward More Slowly – The British CHALLENGER 2 Upgrade Programme (David Saw)
  • Type 26 Global Combat Ship: Status Report (Conrad Waters)
  • QUEEN ELIZABETH Class Aircraft Carriers: Programme Update (Conrad Waters)
  • Common Optimism Anti-Ship Missile Manufacturers to Set New Standards (Stefan Nitschke)
  • Projects and Programmes of the NCI Agency (Dorothee Frank)
  • “Speed of Light to the Fight” – Promise and Prospects of Directed Energy Weapons (Sidney E. Dean)
  • Weighty Decisions Over Heavy Helicopters (Andrew Drwiega)
  • Medium-Calibre Ammunition Developments (Remigiusz Wilk)
  • Glock Modular Handgun System (Jan-Phillipp Weisswange)
  • New Vehicles for the Belgian Light Brigade (Joris Verbeurgt)
  • Upgrading Legacy Soviet Tanks (David Saw)
  • Comprehensive Force Protection Concept for Armoured Combat Vehicles (Rolf Hilmes)
  • DSEI Preview – New Technology Poised to Enter Maritime Domain (Stefan Nitschke)
  • “DSO is the front end, talking to customers.“ - Interview with Stephen Phipson, Head of DSO
  • Climate Management on Naval Vessels HVAC and CBRN Protection Systems (Dieter Stockfisch)

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