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International Military Markets - Eurasia


International Military Markets - Eurasia offers analytical depth to key decision-makers seeking an understanding of the complex geopolitical and economic realities of these emerging markets.

With a geographic purview that includes the states of the former Soviet Union as well as Afghanistan and Pakistan, Eurasia represents a multifaceted security environment characterized by energy politics and conflict flashpoints. These regional dynamics contribute to the geostrategic importance and subsequent market potential of this area. Eurasia serves as a convergence point for Russia’s assertive foreign policy, growing Chinese influence, latent Islamic fundamentalism, and U.S. and European efforts to ensure access to burgeoning energy markets.

Each service in this series provides a regional country-by-country examination of the military capabilities, equipment requirements, and inventories. Each country report contains insight on governmental and political structures, political and economic trends, national and defense budgets, force structures, military planning requirements, recent and future procurements, security environments, threat assessments, and military postures. For an overall perspective, a concise regional overview is provided via one or more Market Analyses. These services offer critical insight on world geopolitics coupled with FI’s expertise on the defense and aerospace industries.

Reporting for each country in the service, listed below, is divided into four individual sections: Data, Market Overview, Analysis, and Force Structures:

AFGHANISTAN
ARMENIA
AZERBAIJAN
BELARUS
GEORGIA
KAZAKHSTAN
KYRGYZSTAN
PAKISTAN
RUSSIA
TAJIKISTAN
TURKMENISTAN
UKRAINE
UZBEKISTAN



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Clients ordering our Market Intelligence Services in DVD format receive quarterly issued disks. Data is provided in Rocket Folio™ software, offering users rapid and accurate searches across all of our intelligence products. Numerous high-powered features enable users to easily extract the information necessary to make mission-critical decisions. DVD services are sold on the basis of a licensed operating period, and are time-dated. Licenses are available for multiple sites and multiple users, contact us for details.
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Clients receive a binder containing hard-copy Market Intelligence Reports. Each product is updated on a monthly basis unless otherwise indicated.
 

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Wednesday, February 22, 2017

by Dan Darling, International Military Markets Analyst, Forecast International. Faced with a growing People’s Liberation Army Navy (PLAN) naval capacity and maritime presence in waters of the East China Sea, Japan’s government plans to accelerate, alter and expand a warship … Continue reading

In a Sensible Move, Argentina’s Defense Minister Decides Not to Purchase Supersonic Jets

Thursday, February 16, 2017

by Bill Ostrove, International Military Markets Analyst, Forecast International. Argentine Minister of Defense Julio Martinez has ruled out the purchase of supersonic fighter jets for the Argentine Air Force. The defense minister made his announcement on February 1 during an … Continue reading

Indian Navy on the Hunt for Multirole Carrier-Borne Fighters

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

by Dan Darling, International Military Markets Analyst, Forecast International. The Indian Ministry of Defense – acting upon the Navy’s formal requirement for 57 multirole carrier-based fighters (MRCBFs) – has issued  a Request for Information (RFI). The RFI comes with multiple … Continue reading

Greece Aims for F-16 Upgrade, but F-35 Plans Remain a Pipe Dream

Monday, February 13, 2017

by Dan Darling, International Military Markets Analyst, Forecast International. The Hellenic Defense Ministry announced on February 7 that Greece intends to move forward on an upgrade to its large inventory of F-16C/D combat aircraft and begin exploring a future purchase … Continue reading

Mattis Budget Guidance Spans Multiple Budget Cycles, Calls for FY17 Growth

Tuesday, February 7, 2017

 by Shaun McDougall, Military Markets Analyst, Forecast International. U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis released a memo on January 31 providing initial guidance for strengthening the armed forces through an FY17 budget amendment, the FY18 budget request, and the FY19-FY23 Future Years Defense … Continue reading

RUAG Expands into Cybersecurity

Monday, February 6, 2017

by Richard Pettibone, Aerospace & Defense Companies Analyst, Forecast International. Not content to remain idle, RUAG has expanded the scope of its defense operations with a new focus on cybersecurity. Over the past year, the company has initiated a strategy … Continue reading

U.S. Army Lays Out $26.5 Billion Worth of Unfunded Priorities

Wednesday, February 1, 2017

 by Shaun McDougall, Military Markets Analyst, Forecast International. The U.S. Army has released a pair of unfunded priorities lists for FY17 and FY18 calling for $26.5 billion in additional spending.  The documents serve as wish lists for items not contained within existing … Continue reading

Serbia’s Soviet-Legacy Military Rearmament Project Gets New Supplier

Tuesday, January 31, 2017

by Dan Darling, International Military Markets Analyst, Forecast International. In an interesting twist to the long-expected Serbian acquisition of a batch of MiG-29 combat aircraft and Russian-designed missile systems, Serbia’s defense minister, Zoran Djordjevic, has announced that both military platforms … Continue reading

Thailand-Russia Relations Warm as Defense Industrial Collaboration Agreement Nears Finalization

Friday, January 27, 2017

by Dan Darling, International Military Markets Analyst, Forecast International. Ties between Russia and Thailand appear to be heating up on the defense front following a meeting in Bangkok on January 16 between Russian defense officials and military leadership of the … Continue reading

Crime and Internal Strife Remain Greatest Drivers of Military Spending in Latin America

Tuesday, January 24, 2017

by Bill Ostrove, International Military Markets Analyst, Forecast International. The greatest threat to most Latin American governments is internal.  Even though transitioning to a democracy and using effective counterinsurgency strategies have successfully defeated – or at least defused  – several … Continue reading


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