Wednesday 24 May
The Swedish Air Force’s aerial combat simulation centre is a world leader in the use of simulation technology for training and educating fighter pilots, especially for the Gripen system. The technolog...
Tuesday 23 May
FOI now has the most highly-developed leading-edge technology for the detection of nuclear weapons tests. The prototype SAUNA III was developed by FOI and has now been handed over to the CTBTO, the Co...
Friday 19 May
A new FOI study includes analyses of the military capabilities that the USA has available in Europe, with an emphasis on Sweden’s vicinity and the changes foreseeable by 2020.
Wednesday 10 May
This month, May 2017, the members of the Arctic Council are meeting in Alaska. On the agenda are questions about climate change and energy extraction, based on new reports of accelerating ice melt.
Monday 27 Feb
FOI is starting a new research project on Anti-Access/Area Denial (A2/AD) – or “keep-out” zones –currently a much-discussed military concept for situations when countries aim forlocal dominance, or fo...
Monday 09 Jan
FOI has developed a platform for women, peace and security. By profiling its competence in gender mainstreaming, FOI has received several assignments in support of Sweden’s government authorities and ...
Wednesday 21 Dec
The armed Islamic group, al-Shabaab, is a growing threat to stability and efforts to rebuild Somalia’s state apparatus. This is the conclusion of a recent memo by two FOI researchers.
Thursday 08 Dec
In the eighth issue of Russian Military Capability in a Ten-Year Perspective, Russian fighting power, military expenditure, defence industry and security policy is analysed.
Wednesday 07 Dec
The United Nations’ implementation of the peace agreement in Mali is going slowly and requires a broadening of the discussion between the partners. This is one of the conclusions of a new report about...
Monday 28 Nov
Researchers from FOI awarded in international competition at MILCOM conference