Norway has begun reviewing long-term defense plans proposed by its chief of defense as the country beefs up its defenses in the face of new threats. The four proposals of Adm. Haakon Bruun-Hanssen and the Norway Military Council, published on Oct. 8, cover a gamut of requirements. They include meeting the threat full-on with a rapid expansion of the armed forces with equipment purchases for all three services. Other options call for strengthening elements of the armed forces, but not all ...

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