Ireland To Raise Defense Spending, Combat Aircraft Ambitions Shelved

Irish Air Corps
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LONDON—Ireland plans to raise national defense spending almost 50% by 2028 to meet an increased level of ambition for the country’s armed forces. Responding to a February report by Ireland’s Commission of the Defense Forces, the government in Dublin has accepted in principle that the country needs...

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