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Nato's purchase of five drones is 'first concrete sign' of moving away from dependency on US, says expert

In The News, 23 January 2020
Justin Bronk from the Royal United Services Institute says the purchase is “quite a significant acquisition” and a “big departure” for the alliance, although he lamented the time it had taken. “It is the first concrete sign of Nato taking serious steps to make a dent in the enormous dependency the alliance has on the US,” he said.

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Justin Bronk
Research Fellow, Airpower and Technology

Justin Bronk is a Research Fellow specialising in combat airpower and technology in the Military Sciences team at RUSI. He is also... read more