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Armaments issues in a transatlantic light

Présentation à l’Université d’été du CIFE-IEHEI - 04 septembre, 2007
Analyse and essay
Hajnalka Vincze

After listing some of the major stakes related to the armament sector, a brief historical reminder is devoted to clarifying the context of the current debates. Then certain general characteristics of the American and European defence industries are going to be examined. Finally, misleading myths are to be deciphered, in particular the imposture of the technological “gap”, the holy horror inspired by the concept of “fortress Europe” and the tendentious praise of “complementarity”.

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armement, relations transatlantiques


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