PARIS — Joint carrier and expeditionary forces, shared nuclear test facilities and common weapon systems – including nuclear submarines, UAVs and missiles – are among the highlights of a comprehensive defense and security treaty agreed to by French President Nicolas Sarkozy and British Prime Minister David Cameron on Nov. 2. Cameron hailed the agreement, unveiled at a two-day summit meeting in London, as a “new chapter” in defense cooperation, saying it would help cut costs while ...
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