When French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel launched their vision for a future fighter jet last summer, they saw it as a pillar to strengthen European defense sovereignty, fighting back against a tide of defense exports from across the Atlantic. However, it may no longer be the only game in town. In the coming days, the British government is expected to launch its Combat Air Strategy, a blueprint for a new combat aircraft program.  France, Germany and ...

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