Security Architectures in the EU

Tag: Canada

  • New regulation: Europol becomes quasi-secret service

    New regulation: Europol becomes quasi-secret service

    The EU police agency processes billions of personalised “big data”, much of it from governmental hacks or intelligence sources. The new Europol vice-director, who was trained in the French military, plays a special role. Now it’s up to the EU…

  • Germany’s long road to drone power

    Germany’s long road to drone power

    The German Bundeswehr has been flying reconnaissance drones for 60 years, and now they are to be armed. In a study, the author describes all German military drones and the role of the Airbus Group. According to the UN Special…

  • New agreements: European Union wants to expand use of passenger data

    New agreements: European Union wants to expand use of passenger data

    The EU Parliament is to deal with a new agreement on the exchange of passenger data with Canada. So far, PNR agreements exist only with the USA and Australia, but now the EU Commission also wants to negotiate with Japan.…

  • Spy drone “Euro Hawk”: German government sells parts to NATO

    Spy drone “Euro Hawk”: German government sells parts to NATO

    The Bundeswehr hands over devices and instruments of the mothballed “Euro Hawk” to NATO. It is still unclear what will happen to the aircraft itself and the ground stations. Canada withdrew its buying interest, now the US government could step…

  • Rheinmetall shows drone tank combination with kamikaze drone

    Rheinmetall shows drone tank combination with kamikaze drone

    In Unterlüß, 600 antimilitarists demonstrated against Rheinmetall. At the same time, the company presented a new weapon system. The combination of a flying drone and a land drone should be able to fight enemy targets in swarms in the future.…