Strategic Culture and Cyberspace: Cyber Militias in Peacetime?
February 12, 2016
Strategic Culture and Cyberspace: Cyber Militias in Peacetime?
It's time to see how the concept of strategic culture can be used in understanding national approaches to cybersecurity.
Strategic Culture and Cyberspace: Cyber Militias in Peacetime?
Avoiding Landmines: Trajectory of the Japan-China Relationship in 2016
February 12, 2016
Avoiding Landmines: Trajectory of the Japan-China Relationship in 2016
Can pragmatism win over antagonism in the Japan-China relationship in 2016?
Avoiding Landmines: Trajectory of the Japan-China Relationship in 2016
US Congress Close to Passing New Sanctions on North Korea
February 12, 2016
US Congress Close to Passing New Sanctions on North Korea
Yesterday, the Senate unanimously passed a bill calling for tough new sanctions that could impact China as well.
US Congress Close to Passing New Sanctions on North Korea
On North Korea, US Policymakers Misunderstand the History Between Beijing and Pyongyang
February 12, 2016
On North Korea, US Policymakers Misunderstand the History Between Beijing and Pyongyang
U.S. attempts to outsource its North Korea policy to China will fail. History shows us why.
On North Korea, US Policymakers Misunderstand the History Between Beijing and Pyongyang
US-India Patrols in the South China Sea? Maybe Not Just Yet
February 11, 2016
US-India Patrols in the South China Sea? Maybe Not Just Yet
India and the United States are talking about the South China Sea, but are they ready to hold joint patrols there?
US-India Patrols in the South China Sea? Maybe Not Just Yet
India’s Growing Naval Might
February 09, 2016
India’s Growing Naval Might
India's latest International Fleet Review highlights the growing importance of the maritime sphere for New Delhi.
India’s Growing Naval Might
Afghanistan to Start Peace Talks With Taliban By the End of February
February 08, 2016
Afghanistan to Start Peace Talks With Taliban By the End of February
Representatives from four countries expect peace talks with the Taliban to begin by the end of this month.
Afghanistan to Start Peace Talks With Taliban By the End of February
North Korea's Kwangmyongsong Satellite Launch: What We Know and Don't Know
February 08, 2016
North Korea's Kwangmyongsong Satellite Launch: What We Know and Don't Know
North Korea's successful test of the Kwangmyongsong satellite launch vehicle raises questions about its ICBM progress.
North Korea's Kwangmyongsong Satellite Launch: What We Know and Don't Know
Diplomats Scramble to React to North Korean Satellite Launch
February 08, 2016
Diplomats Scramble to React to North Korean Satellite Launch
The United States and China remain divided on how to respond to North Korean provocations.
Diplomats Scramble to React to North Korean Satellite Launch
North Korea Launches Rocket; US, South Korea Consider THAAD
February 07, 2016
North Korea Launches Rocket; US, South Korea Consider THAAD
North Korea conducted a missile launch on Sunday, prompting outrage from Seoul and Washington.
North Korea Launches Rocket; US, South Korea Consider THAAD
Nuclear Instability in the Asia-Pacific Region?
February 07, 2016
Nuclear Instability in the Asia-Pacific Region?
A new study reaches sobering conclusions on the potential for nuclear proliferation.
Nuclear Instability in the Asia-Pacific Region?
Afghanistan's NDS and Pakistan's ISI Give Cooperation Another Try
February 06, 2016
Afghanistan's NDS and Pakistan's ISI Give Cooperation Another Try
Plus, India-U.S. carrier cooperation, Thailand's new OPV, and more. Weekend links.
Afghanistan's NDS and Pakistan's ISI Give Cooperation Another Try
Declassified: US Nuclear Weapons at Sea During the Cold War
February 06, 2016
Declassified: US Nuclear Weapons at Sea During the Cold War
Not long ago, the U.S. Navy remained on high-alert for a nuclear engagement at sea.
Declassified: US Nuclear Weapons at Sea During the Cold War
Russian Submarine Activity at Highest Level Since Cold War
February 05, 2016
Russian Submarine Activity at Highest Level Since Cold War
NATO says Russian submarine activity has returned to Cold War levels. What about the Pacific?
Russian Submarine Activity at Highest Level Since Cold War
Chinese Media: Our Artificial Islands Are Better Than Vietnam's
February 05, 2016
Chinese Media: Our Artificial Islands Are Better Than Vietnam's
A Chinese media report claims that Vietnamese land reclamation on a Spratly reef was washed away in a typhoon.
Chinese Media: Our Artificial Islands Are Better Than Vietnam's
Afghanistan Won’t Be Able to Pay for its Military Until 2024 (At Least)
February 04, 2016
Afghanistan Won’t Be Able to Pay for its Military Until 2024 (At Least)
The top U.S. general in Afghanistan said that the Afghan economy will need financial support “at least” until 2020.
Afghanistan Won’t Be Able to Pay for its Military Until 2024 (At Least)
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