As France and Germany squabble over exports and workshare on their future fighter, Britain appears to be making quiet headway potentially securing Sweden as its first international partner to achieve its Tempest vision. The “deepening dialog” between London and Stockholm appears to be a significant signal of confidence in the UK’s Combat Air Strategy, coming just five months after its Farnborough Airshow call for international partners to help develop a new-generation ...

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