LONDON—France and the UK remain at loggerheads about the development path for a future cruise and anti-ship missile that would enter service in the 2030s. The €100 million ($111 million) joint concept study for the Future Cruise/Anti-Ship Weapon (FC/ASW) was one of the headline projects for Anglo-French Lancaster House Defense and Security Treaty, yet the study work is struggling to gain traction primarily over the development path of the anti-ship derivative of the ...

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