Can Washington and New Delhi Find Common Ground on Intellectual Property?
March 26, 2016
Can Washington and New Delhi Find Common Ground on Intellectual Property?
Intellectual property represents a big asymmetric advantage for U.S. economic competitiveness.
Can Washington and New Delhi Find Common Ground on Intellectual Property?
Revealed: Why Sri Lanka Backed Off the Sino-Pakistani JF-17 Thunder
January 11, 2016
Revealed: Why Sri Lanka Backed Off the Sino-Pakistani JF-17 Thunder
Did India play a part in scuttling a JF-17 deal between Sri Lanka and Pakistan?
Revealed: Why Sri Lanka Backed Off the Sino-Pakistani JF-17 Thunder
Russia Delivers S-300 Missile Defense System to Kazakhstan
December 25, 2015
Russia Delivers S-300 Missile Defense System to Kazakhstan
Plus, the erosion of intel in Afghanistan, Russia's intel sharing with the Taliban, and more defense and security links.
Russia Delivers S-300 Missile Defense System to Kazakhstan
Could Saab Upgrade Australia’s <em>Collins</em>-class Submarine as a Stopgap Measure?
October 14, 2015
Could Saab Upgrade Australia’s Collins-class Submarine as a Stopgap Measure?
The Swedish company Saab Kockums offers to upgrade Australia’s subs while Canberra decides who will replace them. Is it worth it?
Could Saab Upgrade Australia’s Collins-class Submarine as a Stopgap Measure?
Should the US Navy Sail Within 12 Nautical Miles of China's Fake Islands?
September 14, 2015
Should the US Navy Sail Within 12 Nautical Miles of China's Fake Islands?
Plus, North Korea and the Iran deal, Pakistan and Lashkar-e-Taiba, and more. Must reads.
Should the US Navy Sail Within 12 Nautical Miles of China's Fake Islands?
China Holds Air and Sea Exercise in East China Sea
August 28, 2015
China Holds Air and Sea Exercise in East China Sea
Plus, Russia-China hold naval drill, Pakistan's nuclear weapons, and U.S. policy in the South China Sea. Weekend links.
China Holds Air and Sea Exercise in East China Sea
India's 36 Rafale Fighter Purchase From France Hits Roadblocks
August 13, 2015
India's 36 Rafale Fighter Purchase From France Hits Roadblocks
New Delhi is holding out for favorable pricing and guarantees that Dassault will invest in the country.
India's 36 Rafale Fighter Purchase From France Hits Roadblocks
China's Navy Just Got Better at Detecting and Taking Out Submarines
July 09, 2015
China's Navy Just Got Better at Detecting and Taking Out Submarines
With the commissioning of the Gaoxin-6, the PLAN's anti-submarine warfare capabilities receive a major boost.
China's Navy Just Got Better at Detecting and Taking Out Submarines
Alarm Over China’s S-400 Acquisition Is Premature
April 22, 2015
Alarm Over China’s S-400 Acquisition Is Premature
The S-400 is an impressive system, but China's acquisition of the system shouldn't spark alarm just yet.
Alarm Over China’s S-400 Acquisition Is Premature
Assessing US Military Power
March 07, 2015
Assessing US Military Power
A new report takes a look at the U.S. military's strength across the world, including the Asia-Pacific.
Assessing US Military Power
Vietnam’s Weapons of War for China
October 03, 2014
Vietnam’s Weapons of War for China
Plus, can China defeat the U.S. without battle? Weekend strategy and defense links.
Vietnam’s Weapons of War for China
North Korea Detains US Korean War Veteran
November 23, 2013
North Korea Detains US Korean War Veteran
A few defense and security links ahead of the weekend.
North Korea Detains US Korean War Veteran
Forget the S-300, Here Comes the S-400
May 14, 2013
Forget the S-300, Here Comes the S-400
“It has many features specifically designed to overcome countermeasures and stealth…”
Forget the S-300, Here Comes the S-400
The Language of Australia’s New Defense White Paper: In Tune With U.S.?
May 13, 2013
The Language of Australia’s New Defense White Paper: In Tune With U.S.?
“Canberra and Washington singing the same strategic tune can only be welcomed, in language and in policy.”
The Language of Australia’s New Defense White Paper: In Tune With U.S.?
Hedging: The Real U.S. Policy Towards China?
May 13, 2013
Hedging: The Real U.S. Policy Towards China?
Is America trying to contain China? No, it could be just hedging its bets.
Hedging: The Real U.S. Policy Towards China?
Welcome to the League of Mad Strategists
May 13, 2013
Welcome to the League of Mad Strategists
A meeting of the minds: Carl von Clausewitz, Edward Luttwak, and Nassim Nicholas Taleb.
Welcome to the League of Mad Strategists
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