MILITARY AFFAIRS

India’s Navy has confirmed it sent nuclear submarines, an aircraft carrier battle group and dozens of other naval vessels to the North Arabian Sea after the...

Greece’s constant appeasement towards Turkey seems to be having little effect, as the provocations against Greece continued, with 35 violations of Greek national...

The cooperation of the Greek government and the European Border and FRONTEX, which, although at first experienced a number of difficulties, has been sailing...

A Turkish soldier was killed and one was injured in the explosion of an improvised explosive device (IED) that had been placed by members of the PKK in the...

Military co-operation between Kosovo and Albania continues in a number of areas. This time, a special Albanian Army support battalion held joint exercises with...

The Russian Improved Kilo-class submarine Krasnodar (B-265) made an unexpected southbound passage through the Bosphorus Strait on Thursday. The submarine assigned...

The news of the future installation of an Israeli OTH (over the horizon) radar, in the eastern part of Crete, on Mount Ziros has caused the angst and reaction...

The US is upgrading the role of Souda base, on Crete. Already there is an approved upgrading study of facilities with parallel approval of a financial package. The...

This year, the UK deployed HMS MONTROSE to East Asia to support UN Security Council agreed sanctions in the region that will seek to monitor and deter sanctions...

Demolition work has started at RAF Lakenheath as part of a Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO) project to prepare the base for the arrival of 2 squadrons...

In the run-up to presidential elections in which national security is a top issue, Ukraine is strengthening the border with Russian-annexed Crimea and with...

As part of the ARIADNE-19 exercise from March 14 to 17, a number of naval forces SNMCMG-2 (Standing Nato Mine Countermeasures Group 2) arrived in Souda Bay. Among...