Geostrategy-Direct - Russian flotilla heads for the Mediterranean to counter NATO role in Syria; India to conclude record purchase of 189 Dassault Rafale fighter jets; Chinese aggression over islands delays U.S. invitation to Japan's Abe

January 2013
Geo-Strategy Direct;1/30/2013, p1
The article offers world news briefs related to defense industry. More than 300 Russian Marines are enroute to Syria onboard five warships to counteract the role of North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). Indian government is scheduled to close the acquisition of 189 Dassault Rafale fighter jets. The aggression over the Chinese islands delayed the invitation Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe by U.S. President Barack Obama to travel to Washington to discuss strategic Japan-U.S. alliance.


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