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Merklinghaus, Dennis-P.
December 2010
Military Technology;2010, Vol. 34 Issue 12, p4
The article offers the author's overview on various events in Europe in 2010. These include political legitimacy on anti-Semitic ideologies, political shifts and military budget cuts. He mentions the continent's possible lack of funds due to military spending cuts. He notes that the government prepares to reduce swelled social programs but slashes defense expenditures from dangerous miscalculation.


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