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  • Despite chaos, Libya hopes to hold constitution vote in December

    Despite chaos, Libya hopes to hold constitution vote in December
    BENGHAZI Libya (Reuters) - Libya hopes to hold a referendum on a new constitution in December, a committee said on Thursday, undeterred by a descent into chaos and violence that has forced the elected parliament to move hundreds of miles from the capital....
  • Airbus CEO criticizes German arms export rules

    BERLIN (Reuters) - The chief executive of aerospace and defense group Airbus criticized the German government on Thursday for its restrictive arms export policy, saying it could deter international cooperation on future defense projects. "When it comes...
  • Exclusive: Japan, U.S. discussing offensive military capability for Tokyo - Japan officials

    TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan and the United States are exploring the possibility of Tokyo acquiring offensive weapons that would allow Japan to project power far beyond its borders, Japanese officials said, a move that would likely infuriate China. While...
  • Discord greets Iraq's 'unity government;' Kurds boycott

    BAGHDAD The Iraqi government whose advent Obama administration officials hailed Monday as "a major milestone" in the country's push to confront the Islamic State looked less attractive on Tuesday: The Cabinet consists mainly of holdovers from previous...
  • U.S. judge re-sentences Jose Padilla to 21 years on terrorism charges

    MIAMI (Reuters) - A U.S. federal judge in Miami re-sentenced Jose Padilla on Tuesday to 21 years for a 2007 terrorism conviction after an appeals court deemed the original 17-year sentence too lenient. Padilla, an al Qaeda recruit and the first U.S....
  • Obama applauds Iraqi leader's unity goals as key to beating militants

    President Obama welcomed the formation of a new Iraqi government on Monday, embracing the promise of collaboration among the country's deeply divided factions as key to his strategy for defeating the Islamic State terrorist group. Obama talked to...
  • Cheney urges House GOP to support a hawkish national defense

    Former Vice President Dick Cheney, often considered the brain behind President Bush's war strategy in Iraq, gave a pep talk to House Republicans on Tuesday highlighting the value of a hawkish national defense. As Congress is weighing President Obama's...
  • U.S. report rips Boeing, Raytheon quality controls on missile defense

    U.S. report rips Boeing, Raytheon quality controls on missile defense
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Pentagon's internal watchdog on Monday said it found numerous quality control problems during an investigation of the troubled "kill vehicle", or warhead, built by Raytheon Co for the Boeing Co-led U.S. missile defense system....
  • Regulation has been draining national economy since New Deal's enactment

    The progressive constitutional revolution of the New Deal has proved itself to be an economic, political and institutional failure insofar as it is no longer able to sustain either strong economic growth or full employment. Paradoxically, the way out from...
  • China says Turkey will decide in its 'own interests' on missile system

    BEIJING (Reuters) - China said on Tuesday that Turkey would decide in its "own interests" after Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan said the country was in talks with France on buying a missile defense system following disagreements with Beijing. U.S....
  • Thales warns on UK investment if Scotland backs independence

    BORDEAUX France (Reuters) - The head of one of Britain's largest defense suppliers, France's Thales, has voiced concerns over jobs and investment if Scotland votes to leave the United Kingdom. Speaking to Reuters as polls showed a surge in support for...