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- The militarisation of space involves the placement and development of weaponry and military technology in outer space. The early exploration of space in...
- Militarization, or militarisation, is the process by which a society organizes itself for military conflict and violence. It is related to militarism,...
- on 2016-03-17. Retrieved 2017-03-19. "Despite Current Debate, Police Militarisation Goes Beyond U.S. Borders". ipsnews.net. (www.dw.com), Deutsche Welle...
- handling systems or recovery hampers. Tractor trucks are also available. Militarisation packages and modification are extensive and range from basic to near-tactical...
- Cyberwarfare is the use of technology to attack a nation, causing comparable harm to actual warfare. There is significant debate among experts regarding...
- the republic. Established in 1842, the Gendarmerie of San Marino is a militarised law enforcement agency. Its members are full-time and have responsibility...
- Forces (Independent from 1992-1997; 2001–2011) United States Space Force Militarisation of space Russian Public TV (ORT), Moscow, in Russian 1700 gmt March...
- after which it became a province of the Ottoman Empire. The defensive militarisation damaged its civil society and economic institutions. The weakening of...
- of foreign monarchs, and the threat of force merely hastened their militarisation. Even before the Flight to Varennes, the ****embly members had determined...
- falling further behind nearby independent Finland. The country was heavily militarised, with closed military areas covering 2% of territory. Islands and most...
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