The Trans-Pacific Partnership Is No Aircraft Carrier
April 20, 2015
The Trans-Pacific Partnership Is No Aircraft Carrier
Framing the Trans-Pacific Partnership as an urgent issue for U.S. national security is frankly unproductive.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership Is No Aircraft Carrier
Japan Scrambling Jets at Cold War Levels
April 20, 2015
Japan Scrambling Jets at Cold War Levels
Plus, South China Sea disputes, interviews with Asia's top diplomats, and more.
Japan Scrambling Jets at Cold War Levels
Campbell: The History of the 21st Century Will Be Written in Asia
April 15, 2015
Campbell: The History of the 21st Century Will Be Written in Asia
The greatest challenge for American leaders is finding the “wit and wisdom” to focus more attention on the Asia-Pacific.
Campbell: The History of the 21st Century Will Be Written in Asia
After 5 Years, Japan, South Korea Hold Security Dialogue
April 15, 2015
After 5 Years, Japan, South Korea Hold Security Dialogue
The defense and foreign ministers of South Korea and Japan met for a "two-plus-two" dialogue for the first time in five years.
After 5 Years, Japan, South Korea Hold Security Dialogue
Who’s Got the Biggest Muscles in the South China Sea?
April 14, 2015
Who’s Got the Biggest Muscles in the South China Sea?
The United States and China trade barbs over each other’s muscles.
Who’s Got the Biggest Muscles in the South China Sea?
South China Sea: China Is Building on the Paracels As Well
April 14, 2015
South China Sea: China Is Building on the Paracels As Well
It’s not just the Spratlys, China is constructing military facilities on the Paracel Islands too.
South China Sea: China Is Building on the Paracels As Well
Revealed: China Spies on India and ASEAN Member States
April 14, 2015
Revealed: China Spies on India and ASEAN Member States
A new report details cyberattacks of a sophisticated group of hackers with alleged ties to the Chinese government.
Revealed: China Spies on India and ASEAN Member States
China’s Growing Cyberwar Capabilities
April 13, 2015
China’s Growing Cyberwar Capabilities
A recent attack on GitHub highlights China’s growing expertise – and aggression – in cyberspace.
China’s Growing Cyberwar Capabilities
US, South Korean Officials: No North Korean Nuclear Test Imminent
April 13, 2015
US, South Korean Officials: No North Korean Nuclear Test Imminent
Plus, China's land reclamation, U.S.-Japan defense guidelines, Indian nukes, and more. Defense and security links.
US, South Korean Officials: No North Korean Nuclear Test Imminent
Chinese Nuclear Subs in the Indian Ocean
April 12, 2015
Chinese Nuclear Subs in the Indian Ocean
An extended deployment has sent a powerful message to the Indian Navy.
Chinese Nuclear Subs in the Indian Ocean
US, Indonesian Navies Conduct Air Patrol Exercise in South China Sea
April 11, 2015
US, Indonesian Navies Conduct Air Patrol Exercise in South China Sea
The United States and Indonesia carried out an air patrol exercise over the increasingly tense Natuna Archipelago.
US, Indonesian Navies Conduct Air Patrol Exercise in South China Sea
The Great Chinese Lie About Taiwan
April 11, 2015
The Great Chinese Lie About Taiwan
Taiwan wants many things. War isn't on that list.
The Great Chinese Lie About Taiwan
Relax, China's Island-Building in the South China Sea Is No Threat
April 11, 2015
Relax, China's Island-Building in the South China Sea Is No Threat
Despite its seeming threat, China's activities remain peaceful and defensive in nature.
Relax, China's Island-Building in the South China Sea Is No Threat
AIIB: Who's a Revisionist Anyway?
April 10, 2015
AIIB: Who's a Revisionist Anyway?
Not all revisionists are global revisionists.
AIIB: Who's a Revisionist Anyway?
A New Way to Resolve South China Sea Disputes?
April 10, 2015
A New Way to Resolve South China Sea Disputes?
A retired U.S. admiral suggests an out-of-the-box solution.
A New Way to Resolve South China Sea Disputes?
The End of the American Way of War?
April 10, 2015
The End of the American Way of War?
The U.S. military's technological superiority is slipping, says Deputy Secretary of Defense Robert Work.
The End of the American Way of War?
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