Quickly decide on Zahid's representation in graft case, defence tells AG
The deputy prime minister's lawyers say a decision must be made before more witnesses are called to testify and to ensure both parties save costs and time.
South Korea to hold first nationwide defence drills in 6 years amid North threats
The drills are a key element of the annual Ulchi civil defence exercises, held alongside the Ulchi Freedom Shield drills, to improve responses to a North Korean attack or other contingencies.
US, South Korea, Japan to launch new defence steps at Camp David
South Korea and Japan held their first joint summit in 12 years this March, and have made steps to ease tensions after years of disputes including some related to Japan's 1910-1945 occupation of Korea.
Pentagon confident on sharing intelligence with Japan despite China hacking report
The report comes ahead of a trilateral summit between the US, Japan and South Korea, at which the allies are expected to announce plans to step up security cooperation in the face of increasing concerns about China.
US to help Australia develop guided missiles by 2025
The US says it is also accelerating Australia's access to priority munitions through a streamlined acquisition process
Investigation body set up to determine cause of incident at air force training camp
Defence Minister Mohamad Hasan says the investigation will be carried out in detail.
Defence, critical tech on agenda as India's Modi heads to US for landmark visit
The visit is expected to give India access to critical American technologies Washington rarely shares with non-allies, strengthening a bond that is underpinned by not just global politics but also business and economics.
Russian defence products missing from Lima 2023
Russia is among the strategic defence partners of Malaysia, which is actively lobbying for its MIG-35 and Sukhoi SU-35 aircraft.
Iran says ballistic missile successfully launched
Iran, which has one of the biggest missile programmes in the Middle East, says its weapons are capable of reaching Israel and US bases in the region.
Pacifist Japan unveils unprecedented US$320 billion military build-up
In the sweeping five-year plan, the government says it will also stockpile spare parts and other munitions, expand transport capacity and develop cyber warfare capabilities.
China's nuclear arsenal to more than triple by 2035, says Pentagon
That figure would still however lag far behind the arsenals of the US and Russia, which each include several thousand nuclear warheads.
Boeing reports huge loss on defence contract woes
The performance woes in defence reflect the drag from supply chain problems that have plagued the broader economy, as well as the restrictive nature of government contracts.