Britain's AWO, a lobbying, consulting and law firm, is coordinating efforts by a group of organisations to impose stricter ...
The Australian navy is considering purchasing transition submersibles ahead of the announced US nuclear submarine delivery. To help convince Canberra take the plunge, the Swedish manufacturer can ...
As India looks to establish itself as the main regional channel of communication with the Taliban government in Afghanistan, it has reactivated its traditional alliances in Central Asia but also its ...
KGB agents is making assessment of 'communication flows' a central priority. It is examining these in the three Baltic countries and five ...
The operator of one of the world's largest private fleets of fighter jets, Draken, is expanding its presence in Saudi Arabia, ...
The sale of Idea Bank Ukraine, a subsidiary of the Polish Getin Holding's banking institution, has dragged on since 2019 and during that time many consultants and investors have attempted to make ...
Still determined to seize the strategic town of Maarib, the Houthis are reorganising their troops and counting on their spymaster Abu Ali al-Haqem to ensure infiltration of the local tribal ...
A Franco-Kazakh aerospace joint venture, in which Airbus Defence and Space is a shareholder, has teamed up with Shukhrat Ibragimov, heir to one of Kazakhstan's most powerful oligarchs and former ENRC ...
French signals intelligence satellite operator Unseenlabs is looking to bring in new consultants to help establish itself in the United States. Among them is Keith Masback, former head of the Open ...
Tomer Avno is looking to grab a share of the UAE's cyber market with his partner IGG, which is close to the country's rulers. Avnon has been active in Abu Dhabi for several years and both he and IGG ...
France is trying to get Abu Dhabi to finance Jakarta's procurement of Rafale while the Indonesian government has turned to ...
JKX Oil & Gas, the main British asset of former Privatbank owners Igor Kolomoisky and Gennady Bogolyubov, is preparing to leave the London Stock Exchange, with the help of its British ...