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By Adam Dempsey, Research Associate, UK Defence Forum

Back in February I decided to relauch one of Viewpoints lesser known sister publications. National Defence Industry Extra (NatDefIndEx) aims to provide news and analysis of developments from the global defence sector.

Since then, the blog has gone from strength to strength. Articles have covered the re-emergence of Poland's defence sector, Israeli defence-industrial strategies and Dassault's continuing efforts to find an overseas buyer for the Rafale. NatDefIndEx has even published articles from as far away as India and Kuwait.

I am currently on the look-out for more articles. As with Viewpoints, articles need to be between 300 and 1,500 words in length on defence-industrial issue of your choice. As I have recently steered NatDefIndEx more towards overseas markets I would particularly welcome articles covering the British defence sector.

Articles can be submitted to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . And follow me on Twitter at NatDefIndEx .

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