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I only found the phrase "a joint defense agreement" that seems to relate to the forcing laws but I'm a foreigner and don't get it so well.
About the other, what is "a defense agreement" though? Give me expressions as much as possible please.

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    Could you clarify what your question is about? Like what exactly are you trying to ask? – Bella Swan Jul 1 '19 at 6:59
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A joint defense agreement means a defense agreement between at least two allied parties, for example countries.

A defense agreement is a deal or a contract regarding military actions to protect the two allied parties, or collaborate on some military projects, like builiding a new fighter jet or a tank.

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