Security Architectures in the EU

Tag: Nagorno-Karabakh

  • Loitering munition: Rheinmetall sells first kamikaze drones to NATO state

    Loitering munition: Rheinmetall sells first kamikaze drones to NATO state

    In the present wars, the military is increasingly using remote-controlled warheads. The German defence ministry calls such weapons “worrying”. But after similar plans a decade ago, the Bundeswehr is again considering to procure them. For the first time, the arms manufacturer Rheinmetall has won an order for its loitering munition. According to a press release […]

  • Ukraine war: The age of loitering warheads is dawning

    Ukraine war: The age of loitering warheads is dawning

    Initially, the Ukrainian military dominated the drone war against the Russian attackers, who are now striking back unmanned. Both sides are relying on a new drone weapon. With the attack on Ukraine, the country has become the scene of a new drone war after Nagorno-Karabakh. Unmanned aerial vehicles of various sizes and capabilities are being […]

  • Ukraine war: Turkish armed drones allegedly still in use

    Ukraine war: Turkish armed drones allegedly still in use

    The government in Kiev publishes pictures of drone attacks on Russian invaders, who in turn report the shooting down of several “TB2”. It is doubtful that the weapon is decisive, as it was in the war over Nagorno-Karabakh. However, its current use is likely to further boost exports. Despite Russian attacks on hundreds of military […]

  • War in Ethiopia: Armed drones could be again a gamechanger

    War in Ethiopia: Armed drones could be again a gamechanger

    In a surprise move, the Ethiopian military was able to stop the advance of attacking Tigray rebels on the capital, according to international media reports, with the help of armed drones. Allegedly “Bayraktar TB2” ordered in Turkey have not been sighted anywhere so far. However, competitors from China and Iran have been documented. Ethiopia has […]