Co-operation via Tightened Belts

April 2007
Armada International;Apr/May2007, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p46
The article focuses on the decision of the Scandinavian nations of Europe to examine more collaborative options for any future defensive actions due to the tightening defense budgets according to a report from Forecast International. Increase in the demands for international peacekeeping are also pressuring the Scandinavian nations of Europe into territorial protection co-operation.


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