The DoD has shown signs it recognizes the value of partnering with companies whose capabilities could help with near-term needs.
It's possible we will see a spike in M&A activity as larger firms take over subcontractors and supply chain partners they deem systemically important.
By Scott Sacknoff
Years worth of sanctions have partly contributed to the current state of Russia’s defense-industrial base, but there's more to it than that.
The war in Ukraine has led to defense spending increases, particularly in Europe, but it’s taking time for budgets to translate to sales growth.
By Byron Callan
Defying fiscal disruption: Defense revenues on Top 100 continue to climb, despite supply chain turmoil
Businesses faced a thorny mess in 2021 amid supply chain snarls, labor shortages and government budget uncertainty. Even so, there are signs of the global defense industry’s continued resilience.
By Joe Gould
Joint efforts with Ukraine; emerging markets in Africa; exports reaching all-time highs. The Turkish defense industry has been incredibly busy, but it's not all good news for the marketplace.
India has banned hundreds of defense technologies from import, but is the domestic industry seeing the benefits of government action?
What's the state of China's defense-industrial base, and which specific sectors are seeing increasing business?
By Fenella McGerty and Meia Nouwens