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Indonesia’s Cyber Challenge Under Jokowi
January 21, 2015
Indonesia’s Cyber Challenge Under Jokowi
On the brink of a cyberwar, the country is forming a national cyber agency.
Indonesia’s Cyber Challenge Under Jokowi
Russia and Iran Sign Military Cooperation Agreement
January 21, 2015
Russia and Iran Sign Military Cooperation Agreement
Should NATO-Russia relations deteriorate further, Moscow will make an even stronger effort to improve ties with Tehran.
Russia and Iran Sign Military Cooperation Agreement
China’s Naval Diplomacy: PLAN Ships Visit German Port of Hamburg
January 21, 2015
China’s Naval Diplomacy: PLAN Ships Visit German Port of Hamburg
Naval support for Chinese diplomacy is an increasingly important function of the PLAN.
China’s Naval Diplomacy: PLAN Ships Visit German Port of Hamburg
US-China Internet Cooperation
January 19, 2015
US-China Internet Cooperation
Last year ended with some positive developments in cooperation on Internet governance.
US-China Internet Cooperation
Is Corruption Within the PLA Diminishing China’s Military Preparedness?
January 18, 2015
Is Corruption Within the PLA Diminishing China’s Military Preparedness?
Corruption within the People’s Liberation Army is good news for those who are afraid of China’s military.
Is Corruption Within the PLA Diminishing China’s Military Preparedness?
The US Navy’s New Surface Warfare Strategy: ‘Distributed Lethality’
January 16, 2015
The US Navy’s New Surface Warfare Strategy: ‘Distributed Lethality’
The U.S. Navy’s surface fleet is getting more aggressive, with new tactics and weapons.
The US Navy’s New Surface Warfare Strategy: ‘Distributed Lethality’
Japan and Israel to Work Together in Cyberspace
January 15, 2015
Japan and Israel to Work Together in Cyberspace
During this week’s visit to Israel, Japan’s prime minister will discuss collaboration in fighting cyber terrorism.
Japan and Israel to Work Together in Cyberspace
‘Problems of Estimating Military Power’ Revisited
January 15, 2015
‘Problems of Estimating Military Power’ Revisited
What we usually leave out when considering a nation’s military strength.
‘Problems of Estimating Military Power’ Revisited
The US Just Gave the Philippine Military Another Boost
January 14, 2015
The US Just Gave the Philippine Military Another Boost
Aircraft will be a much-needed and long overdue shot in the arm for Manila.
The US Just Gave the Philippine Military Another Boost
Is the Pentagon’s Andrew Marshall the Leo Strauss of Military Analysis?
January 14, 2015
Is the Pentagon’s Andrew Marshall the Leo Strauss of Military Analysis?
Comparing Andrew Marshall and Leo Strauss yields some interesting similarities.
Is the Pentagon’s Andrew Marshall the Leo Strauss of Military Analysis?
Explaining Southeast Asia’s Force Buildup
January 14, 2015
Explaining Southeast Asia’s Force Buildup
Balancing alone does not explain the build-up of conventional military assets in Southeast Asia.
Explaining Southeast Asia’s Force Buildup
Japan Approves Largest-Ever Defense Budget
January 14, 2015
Japan Approves Largest-Ever Defense Budget
Shinzo Abe's cabinet has approved a $42 billion defense budget, the largest ever in the country's history.
Japan Approves Largest-Ever Defense Budget
Japan and Europe Step Up Cooperation in Cyberspace
January 13, 2015
Japan and Europe Step Up Cooperation in Cyberspace
Japan and Europe are increasing their cooperation in cyberspace; fear of China could be one reason.
Japan and Europe Step Up Cooperation in Cyberspace
Over $300 Million in US Money for Afghan Police May Be Wasted
January 13, 2015
Over $300 Million in US Money for Afghan Police May Be Wasted
A new report finds little oversight in how the money is being spent.
Over $300 Million in US Money for Afghan Police May Be Wasted
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