How Asians Came to See the Seas and Naval Strategy Like the West
December 04, 2015
How Asians Came to See the Seas and Naval Strategy Like the West
Asians' perceptions of seapower have changed over time, but not as much as you'd think.
How Asians Came to See the Seas and Naval Strategy Like the West
India’s Evolving Maritime Strategy
December 03, 2015
India’s Evolving Maritime Strategy
India shifts its focus from ‘using’ to ‘securing’ maritime security in the Indo-Pacific.
India’s Evolving Maritime Strategy
Australia’s Worldview, Minus the Spin
August 26, 2015
Australia’s Worldview, Minus the Spin
Is Australia moving out of the “slipstream” of power?
Australia’s Worldview, Minus the Spin
Strategy Games, War, and Asia’s New Map
July 21, 2015
Strategy Games, War, and Asia’s New Map
In different regions in Asia, states are playing different types of strategic games.
Strategy Games, War, and Asia’s New Map
Forecasting the Future of US-China Competition
July 15, 2015
Forecasting the Future of US-China Competition
A snapshot of Washington views on the future of the US-China relationship.
Forecasting the Future of US-China Competition
Vietnam and India-US Cooperation
June 10, 2015
Vietnam and India-US Cooperation
Stronger U.S. ties with Vietnam nicely complement India’s Act East policy and its own strategic outreach to Vietnam.
Vietnam and India-US Cooperation
Karl Haushofer and the Rise of the Monsoon Countries
March 10, 2015
Karl Haushofer and the Rise of the Monsoon Countries
This writer understood geopolitical potential of the Indo-Pacific decades ago.
Karl Haushofer and the Rise of the Monsoon Countries
Does the Sri Lankan Election Herald a Viable Indo-Pacific?
March 07, 2015
Does the Sri Lankan Election Herald a Viable Indo-Pacific?
“Sri Lanka’s democratic transition and the pragmatic decision to not exclude China bode well for a positive Indo-Pacific pluralism.”
Does the Sri Lankan Election Herald a Viable Indo-Pacific?
Managing Indo-Pacific Crises
November 19, 2014
Managing Indo-Pacific Crises
Is there a multilateral mechanism that could manage air and maritime encounters in a tense region?
Managing Indo-Pacific Crises
The Emerging India-Australia Maritime Relationship
November 17, 2014
The Emerging India-Australia Maritime Relationship
Narendra Modi is making a triumphant tour of Australia at an interesting time in bilateral relations.
The Emerging India-Australia Maritime Relationship
Rebalancing India’s Maritime Posture in the Indo-Pacific
September 05, 2014
Rebalancing India’s Maritime Posture in the Indo-Pacific
India could help maintain strategic equilibrium in the Indo-Pacific, if it is prepared to broaden its thinking.
Rebalancing India’s Maritime Posture in the Indo-Pacific
Security or Investment: Balancing Japan’s Long-Term Foreign Policy
August 27, 2014
Security or Investment: Balancing Japan’s Long-Term Foreign Policy
Sea lane security and new partners are key to protecting Japan’s far-flung assets.
Security or Investment: Balancing Japan’s Long-Term Foreign Policy
RIMPAC and the Politics of Maritime Engagement
July 22, 2014
RIMPAC and the Politics of Maritime Engagement
Both India and China have had strong strategic motives for taking part in RIMPAC this year.
RIMPAC and the Politics of Maritime Engagement
The Developing India-China Maritime Dynamic
May 01, 2014
The Developing India-China Maritime Dynamic
India needs to grapple with a growing Chinese naval presence in its strategic backyard.
The Developing India-China Maritime Dynamic
India Looks Far East
April 28, 2014
India Looks Far East
A growing presence in the Pacific Islands could have significant benefits for India.
India Looks Far East
India and China Are Not Destined to Clash
December 21, 2013
India and China Are Not Destined to Clash
In Samudra Manthan, C. Raja Mohan predicts that Sino-Indo rivalry will extend to the maritime domain. That's questionable.
India and China Are Not Destined to Clash
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