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ANZUS and Asia – Part 1: Mahan, Midway and Modernity
August 01, 2015
ANZUS and Asia – Part 1: Mahan, Midway and Modernity
How central is Australia to the Asian regional order?
ANZUS and Asia – Part 1: Mahan, Midway and Modernity
Robert Strausz-Hupe and the Balance of Tomorrow
August 01, 2015
Robert Strausz-Hupe and the Balance of Tomorrow
Meet the WWII era political scientist who predicted the tilt in the balance of power towards Asia.
Robert Strausz-Hupe and the Balance of Tomorrow
Australia Lacks Expertise to Deploy World-Class Amphibious Warfare Capability
August 01, 2015
Australia Lacks Expertise to Deploy World-Class Amphibious Warfare Capability
A new study by a leading Australian think tank urges reforms
Australia Lacks Expertise to Deploy World-Class Amphibious Warfare Capability
Lingering Ghosts: World War II and the Shaping of Modern Asia
July 31, 2015
Lingering Ghosts: World War II and the Shaping of Modern Asia
How the war’s end brought the end of colonialism, the arrival of communism, and the rise of political dynasties.
Lingering Ghosts: World War II and the Shaping of Modern Asia
Australia and the Southeast Asia Refugee Crisis
July 31, 2015
Australia and the Southeast Asia Refugee Crisis
A look at Canberra's role - or lack thereof.
Australia and the Southeast Asia Refugee Crisis
Beijing Strikes Back: U.S. 'Militarizing' South China Sea
July 31, 2015
Beijing Strikes Back: U.S. 'Militarizing' South China Sea
China's Defense Ministry is retaliating against recent U.S. remarks in kind.
Beijing Strikes Back: U.S. 'Militarizing' South China Sea
The Indian Ocean Plane Wreckage: What Do We Know?
July 31, 2015
The Indian Ocean Plane Wreckage: What Do We Know?
Is this the first solid evidence to the fate of MH370 -- or another dead end?
The Indian Ocean Plane Wreckage: What Do We Know?
A First: China Turns Back Commercial Flight For Violating East China Sea ADIZ Rules
July 30, 2015
A First: China Turns Back Commercial Flight For Violating East China Sea ADIZ Rules
China's enforcement of its East China Sea air defense identification zone (ADIZ) is starting to work out.
A First: China Turns Back Commercial Flight For Violating East China Sea ADIZ Rules
Asia’s Renewed Deal Frenzy
July 30, 2015
Asia’s Renewed Deal Frenzy
The Financial Times acquisition is part of a much larger M&A wave.
Asia’s Renewed Deal Frenzy
Beware China’s ‘Basing’ Strategy: Former US Navy Chief
July 29, 2015
Beware China’s ‘Basing’ Strategy: Former US Navy Chief
Admiral Gary Roughead issues a warning about Beijing’s growing network of 'places.'
Beware China’s ‘Basing’ Strategy: Former US Navy Chief
India’s Reluctance on Multilateral Naval Exercises
July 28, 2015
India’s Reluctance on Multilateral Naval Exercises
India needs to shed its concerns about Chinese sensitivities and embrace its Indian Ocean partners.
India’s Reluctance on Multilateral Naval Exercises
Can Japan Win Australia's Submarine Contract?
July 28, 2015
Can Japan Win Australia's Submarine Contract?
Domestic factors will play just as much of a role as actual technology when it comes time to select the winning bid.
Can Japan Win Australia's Submarine Contract?
Australia and US Conclude Major Military Exercise in Pacific Region
July 28, 2015
Australia and US Conclude Major Military Exercise in Pacific Region
The message of ‘Talisman Sabre’ was clear: Back off China!
Australia and US Conclude Major Military Exercise in Pacific Region
Asia’s New Geopolitics Takes Shape Around India, Japan, and Australia
July 28, 2015
Asia’s New Geopolitics Takes Shape Around India, Japan, and Australia
Japan, India, and Australia will be instrumental in determining Asia's fate in the 21st century.
Asia’s New Geopolitics Takes Shape Around India, Japan, and Australia
What the Trans-Pacific Partnership Means for Southeast Asia
July 27, 2015
What the Trans-Pacific Partnership Means for Southeast Asia
The trade deal would be a giant step for the four Southeast Asian countries currently in talks.
What the Trans-Pacific Partnership Means for Southeast Asia
No, the TPP Does Not Threaten State Sovereignty
July 27, 2015
No, the TPP Does Not Threaten State Sovereignty
In defense of the TPP's Investor-State Dispute Settlement provisions.
No, the TPP Does Not Threaten State Sovereignty
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