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Remembering the Indians of Gallipoli
April 27, 2015
Remembering the Indians of Gallipoli
Plus, U.S.-Japan defense guidelines, North Korea's nuclear program, and the best kept secret of defense analysis.
Remembering the Indians of Gallipoli
<i>Geography and World Power</i> at 100
April 25, 2015
Geography and World Power at 100
An important work of geopolitics was written 100 years ago.
Geography and World Power at 100
200 Years Ago, Britain Recruited South Asia's Fiercest Warriors
April 25, 2015
200 Years Ago, Britain Recruited South Asia's Fiercest Warriors
200 years ago today, the legendary Gorkha rifles were formed.
200 Years Ago, Britain Recruited South Asia's Fiercest Warriors
Taiwan’s All-Volunteer Force Pains: There’s a Way Out
April 24, 2015
Taiwan’s All-Volunteer Force Pains: There’s a Way Out
Taiwan's politics are proving ruinous for the country's national defense. Here's what needs to be done.
Taiwan’s All-Volunteer Force Pains: There’s a Way Out
Is This What Shinzo Abe Will Say in Washington Next Week?
April 24, 2015
Is This What Shinzo Abe Will Say in Washington Next Week?
A lot is riding on Abe's speech before US Congress. His address in Indonesia gives an idea of what to expect.
Is This What Shinzo Abe Will Say in Washington Next Week?
Korea and the New Regional Paradigm
April 24, 2015
Korea and the New Regional Paradigm
South Korea is at center stage of an emerging new paradigm in Northeast Asia.
Korea and the New Regional Paradigm
China Fines Mercedes-Benz, Not Domestic Firms
April 24, 2015
China Fines Mercedes-Benz, Not Domestic Firms
China’s interpretation of its anti-trust law will continue to leave large foreign firms vulnerable.
China Fines Mercedes-Benz, Not Domestic Firms
What the Pentagon's New Cyber Strategy Means for China
April 24, 2015
What the Pentagon's New Cyber Strategy Means for China
The document needs more nuance on strategic stability in Asia.
What the Pentagon's New Cyber Strategy Means for China
Did Indonesia Revive the Asia-Africa Strategic Partnership?
April 24, 2015
Did Indonesia Revive the Asia-Africa Strategic Partnership?
A look at what the 60th Asian-African Conference actually achieved.
Did Indonesia Revive the Asia-Africa Strategic Partnership?
China's Coming Nuclear Power Boom
April 24, 2015
China's Coming Nuclear Power Boom
Ramping up growth in the nuclear industry will be crucial to achieving China's emissions goals.
China's Coming Nuclear Power Boom
Japan Wins New Philippine Defense Deal
April 24, 2015
Japan Wins New Philippine Defense Deal
Tokyo will construct ten vessels for Manila in the coming years.
Japan Wins New Philippine Defense Deal
China to Cambodia: Don’t Mention the War
April 23, 2015
China to Cambodia: Don’t Mention the War
China marks an important occasion in Cambodia, without mentioning the occasion.
China to Cambodia: Don’t Mention the War
ASEAN: Asia’s Hottest Investment?
April 23, 2015
ASEAN: Asia’s Hottest Investment?
The rise of ASEAN could ensure that Asia remains the world’s economic growth engine.
ASEAN: Asia’s Hottest Investment?
Meet Japan's New Maritime Surveillance Plane
April 23, 2015
Meet Japan's New Maritime Surveillance Plane
As tensions in East Asia are on the rise, Japan's Coast Guard is steadily increasing its capabilities.
Meet Japan's New Maritime Surveillance Plane
'Arma Virumque Cano' - Parades and Militarism in Asia
April 23, 2015
'Arma Virumque Cano' - Parades and Militarism in Asia
When militarism and national insecurity intersect, as they seem to be doing today in Asia, carnage often follows.
'Arma Virumque Cano' - Parades and Militarism in Asia
What to Expect From Abe's US Visit
April 23, 2015
What to Expect From Abe's US Visit
Security issues and the TPP -- but not history -- will feature prominently during Abe's first state visit to Washington.
What to Expect From Abe's US Visit
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