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DEFAERO REPORT Daily Podcast
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Sam Bendett of the Center for Naval Analyses and Dr. Eugene Rumer, the director of the Russia and Eurasia program at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace discuss takeaways from NATO’s 75th anniversary summit in Washington including pledges of long-term aid to Ukraine as well as new air defense and other weaponry, the future of the Atlantic Alliance after the November election, how European leaders would work with a new Trump administration, an update on the Ukraine war as US officials suggest Kyiv is no longer in danger of losing, prospects for ending the conflict, latest on battlefield capabilities including unmanned systems, how China is helping Russian disinformation across the global south, and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s very different meeting with Vladimir Putin that indicates the Russian leader is far from isolated with Defense & Aerospace Report Editor Vago Muradian.

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On today’s Strategy Series program, sponsored by General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Dr. Kathleen McInnis, the director of the Smart Women, Smart Power program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, and CSIS Senior Fellow Dan Fata, who served as the deputy assistant secretary of defense for Europe and NATO during the Bush administration, discuss the need to expand the view of burden sharing with allies beyond military and hardware spending to infrastructure and other investment that enhances the alliance’s deterrence and warfighting capabilities, how to more efficiently direct resources as nations spend more money, concerns that Donald Trump will reduce support for NATO should he return to the White House, and why so many are gloomy about the alliance’s 75th anniversary gathering in Washington even as NATO has dramatically improved its spending, war planning, exercises and preparedness over the past few years with Defense & Aerospace Report Editor Vago Muradian.

DEFAERO REPORT Daily Podcast
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On today’s program, sponsored by HII, Byron Callan of the independent Washington research firm Capital Alpha Partners discusses Japan’s defense sector as Tokyo surges military spending to 2 percent of GDP by 2027, a review of historical investment trends as senior Pentagon officials express frustration with industry share buybacks that were only approved by the SEC legalized in 1982, a look and NATO defense industrial themes as leaders gather in Washington to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Atlantic Alliance, how a change in US leadership could shape allied investment plans, and a look at the week ahead with Defense & Aerospace Report Editor Vago Muradian.

Monday Business Report
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On this week’s Defense & Aerospace Report Business Roundtable, sponsored by Bell, Dr. Rocket Ron Epstein of Bank of America Securities, Sash Tusa of the independent equity research firm Agency Partners, and Richard Aboulafia of the AeroDynamic advisory consultancy, join host Vago Muradian discuss aerospace and defense stock performance as Wall Street edges higher on jobs figures and a stronger dollar, Sir Kier Starmer becomes Britain’s first Labour prime minister in 14 years as John Healey becomes defense secretary, France holds its second election round, Boeing appears to eye settlement to avoid criminal trial, Air Force Secretary Frank Kendall floats notion of a Next Generation Air Dominance fighter that’s a third the price of the current plane or around the cost of an F-35, China’s JF-31 is reportedly about to enter service, Leonardo partners with Rheinmetall to lock up Italy’s 20 billion euro land systems modernization market, and Universal Hydrogen — once seen as the future of clean energy — folds.

CAVASShips Weekly Podcast
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Welcome to the CavasShips Podcast with Christopher P. Cavas and Chris Servello…a weekly podcast looking at naval and maritime events and issues of the day – in the US, across the seas and around the world. This week… a special mid-year in review edition of the podcast.  We are joined by Bryan Clark and Bryan McGrath to discuss the goods, bads and others of the first six months of 2024, as well as what to look forward to in the second half of the year. 

Monday Business Report
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On this week’s Defense & Aerospace Report Business Roundtable, sponsored by Bell, Dr. Rocket Ron Epstein of Bank of America Securities, Sash Tusa of the independent equity research firm Agency Partners, and Richard Aboulafia of the AeroDynamic advisory consultancy, join host Vago Muradian discuss stocks drop after a three-week winning streak, impact of Airbus profit and deliveries warning across the sector, a disastrous US presidential debate as Britain and France hold key elections, Justice Department investigators recommend criminal charges against Boeing of criminal conspiracy over two deadly 737 crashes that killed 346, Boeing’s ongoing acquisition of Spirit AeroSystems, Anduril reportedly is poised to raise $1.5 billion in funding, DoD’s Replicator program is funded to $1 billion and the U.S. Army wants more than 1000 Switchblade 600 loitering munitions from AeroVironment in the next year.

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We’ve reached the end of Q2, which means it is time to take a look at the top space business and finance events in this year’s first half, how they are shaping the remaining six months, and what space businesses big and small are doing, and how investors in the public and private markets are reacting. Laura Winter speaks with Chris Quilty, founder of Quilty Space; and George Pullen, Chief Economist at Milky Way Economy.

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On this week’s Defense & Aerospace Report Washington Roundtable, Dr. Patrick Cronin of the Hudson Institute think tank, Michael Herson of American Defense International, former Pentagon Europe chief Jim Townsend of the Center for a New American Security, and former Pentagon Comptroller Dr. Dov Zakheim join host Vago Muradian to discuss the disastrous US presidential debate and its impact on perceptions of the United States and American global leadership; analysis of the security implications of elections in France, Iran and Britain; analysis of defense, State Department and Foreign Operations, as well as Homeland Security appropriations; efforts by GOP lawmakers to keep Steve Bannon from going to jail for contempt of Congress and imprison Attorney General Merrick Garland on the same charge; the implications of recent primary outcomes including the defeat of progressive Rep. Jamal Bowman, D-NY, by centrist George Latimer; what to expect from NATO’s upcoming 75th anniversary summit including proposal to “bridge” Ukraine toward membership; China and North Korea continue to ratchet up regional tensions as WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange accepts US plea deal to return to Australia; Israel’s defense minister visits Washington as Jerusalem and Beirut make a “handshake” deal to avoid war, and impact of Israel’s Supreme Court decision to allow government to draft orthodox students into IDF service.

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