- How to maintain and grow military-industrial potential. Bagrinovskii, K.; Khrustalev, E. // Problems of Economic Transition;Jul97, Vol. 40 Issue 3, p80
Discusses trends in the structure of Russia's defense industrial complex. Status and outlook for the development of the military economy of Russia; System for planning and implementing large-scale social projects; Prospective directions of stabilization and reform of the military economy; Design...
- Australia's defence industry--a force in the region. // Asian Business Review;Dec96, p48
Focuses on the role of Australia's defense industry in its efforts to improve cooperation with its Asian neighbors. Strengthening of alliance relationships; Defense industry's ability to adapt, repair and maintain foreign-sourced equipment; Benefits of the industry's greater engagement with the...
- The latest in defence technology. Grazebrook, A.W. // Asian Business Review;Dec96, p53
Discusses the growth of the global defense industry despite the decline in defense budgets. Interest in command, control and communications equipment; Key developments in active sonar arrays in submarines and surface ships; Development of improved sensors every year.
- Intermediate Range Nuclear Force Treaty... Mecham, M. // Aviation Week & Space Technology;11/30/87, Vol. 127 Issue 22, p16
The US-Soviet Intermediate Range Nuclear Force Treaty will allow Soviet officials unprecedented monitoring of US defense contractors. Soviets will be allowed to inspect US missile plants at General Dynamics' Convair Division and the Hercules Aerospace Company. US inspectors will be given...
- Planning future defense. McNaugher, Thomas L. // Brookings Review;Summer96, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p26
Focuses on planning issues concerning the defense industry of the United States. Budget concerns; Categories of defense spending; Readiness issue.
- No turning back? Gaddy, Clifford // Brookings Review;Summer96, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p30
Focuses on the defense industry and market reform in Russia. Elections; Domestic strategies; Criterion of the world market; Human capital; Economic issues; Relationship with the United States.
- Restructuring the defense industrial base. Gansler, J.S. // Issues in Science & Technology;Spring92, Vol. 8 Issue 3, p50
States that only increased integration of commercial and military production can meet the nation's needs under today's lean budget. The Department of Defense 's (DOD) long list of woes; Legislative desire to avoid waste, fraud, and abuse; Suggestions for integrating defense with civilian industry.
- Swords into bankshares. Hickox, K. // Washington Monthly;Mar92, Vol. 24 Issue 3, p31
Explains how the defense industry will clean up on the nuclear build-down. A potential $400 billion in federal spending to clean up the byproducts, such as radioactive and hazardous waste, of the munitions splurge; Awarding contracts to companies to clean up sites they originally polluted; The...
- A new defense industrial strategy. // Airpower Journal;Fall93, Vol. 7 Issue 3, p16
Focuses on efforts to revitalize the defense industry of the United States. Alteration of production rates; Establishment of programmed infusion of technology; Revisions in foreign military sales; Sound approach to sustainment and readiness.
- Black defense firms battle for more contracts. // Black Enterprise;Jun92, Vol. 22 Issue 11, p273
Reports that black firms are not receiving their fair share of business from the Defense Department, even though it is mandated by law. The historical relationship between America's defense establishment and African-American business; Joshua Bowen Smith's Civil War contract; Maxima corporation...