defence policy


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Synonyms for defence policy

a program for defending a country against its enemies

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The Inquiry's report will serve as the basis of future work by the Government and the Defence Commission ahead of the decision on the direction of defence policy for the period after 2020.
The probability of American military strikes necessitates that Pakistani defence policy makers ought to chalk out a practical strategy to prevent the Americans military adventurism instead of simply repeating that Americans should realize sacrifices of Pakistanis in the war on terror.
He added that the 9thAaAaAeAeAaAeAeA of January KSNS discussed Bulgaria's role commitments regarding the development of the Common Security and Defence Policy of the EU in the context of the Bulgarian Euro-Presidency.
The post Cyprus move a step closer to being part of an integrated European defence policy appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
The problem is that to qualify and continue to participate after Brexit, the UK must be a signatory to the European Defence Agency, EU defence procurement directives and even EU defence policy (CSDP), which would all serve to rob an independent UK of its autonomy in defence.
In this connection, he evoked the initiatives undertaken involving civilian, military and security institutions as well as the civil society in the development of a White Paper to develop a defence policy and a democratic security as part of a long-term strategy.
The vow of collective defence in Article 5 of NATO's founding treaty has been the central plank of British defence policy for more than half a century.
We are going to look at all aspects of defence policy, and clearly Trident is part of that.
The new defence policy released by Prime Minister John Key and Defence Minister Jonathon Coleman envisaged keeping open all military bases and spending $535 million in operational funding as earmarked in the budget.
The National Security Bureau meeting was a first step towards defining Poland's position on this question, although the conclusions of the December 2012 European Council are along the lines of further development of the Union's defence policy.
Sulur, Dec 18 ( ANI ): Asserting that India stands for peace and its foreign policy is focused on the achievement of this objective, President Pranab Mukherjee on Tuesday said effective deterrence is the cornerstone of our defence policy.
Eventually, we would make public the Defence Policy Strategy as policy guidelines which would be unveiled in January 2013," he added.
The belief that there was a need for the EU to develop internally shared elements of foreign and defence policy grew out of the EU''s failures, in years gone by, to react effectively to major international crises, even when they were on its own doorstep.
17 December 2010, SPA -- - China on Friday insisted that its military development was "defensive in nature" and said Japan&'s adoption of a more proactive defence policy was "irresponsible," according to dpa.
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