The 18th Party Congress and Chinese Cyberpower
November 13, 2012
The 18th Party Congress and Chinese Cyberpower
China’s leadership is changing. It’s cyber policies – at least in the short term – seem set.
The 18th Party Congress and Chinese Cyberpower
The New Triangular Diplomacy: India, China and America at Sea
November 05, 2012
The New Triangular Diplomacy: India, China and America at Sea
As both China and India rise as naval powers their interaction with the United States will truly be a defining feature in the Indo-Pacific region.
The New Triangular Diplomacy: India, China and America at Sea
October 16, 2012
"We Are Already at War in Cyber Space."
The evidence is clear: cyber attacks can cause tremendous damage. Gail Harris shares her ‘cyber’ experience.
"We Are Already at War in Cyber Space."
June 20, 2012
Taliban in India "Warning"
The Taliban’s praise for India’s “snubbing” of the U.S. should do nothing to put Indian minds at ease.
Taliban in India "Warning"
Why India Snubbed U.S.
June 12, 2012
Why India Snubbed U.S.
The U.S. might hope for a closer military and strategic alliance with India. But don’t expect New Delhi to get excited about the proposal.
Why India Snubbed U.S.
Panetta Asia Trip Takeaways
June 08, 2012
Panetta Asia Trip Takeaways
Leon Panetta was careful to argue in Asia the U.S. isn’t trying to contain China. Was he convincing?
Panetta Asia Trip Takeaways
June 04, 2012
America Hedges Bets on China
Whether it’s a pivot or a rebalancing, the U.S. clearly has its eyes on a rising China when making policy.
America Hedges Bets on China
China's Triple Game?
April 20, 2012
China's Triple Game?
Claims that China has assisted North Korea’s missile program raise questions over the course of Chinese policy.
China's Triple Game?
Training Begins on Stealth Jet
March 05, 2012
Training Begins on Stealth Jet
The U.S. has begun training on the F-35 stealth fighter. Will the jet reshape the U.S. role in the Pacific?
Training Begins on Stealth Jet
U.S. Getting a New Bomber
February 27, 2012
U.S. Getting a New Bomber
The U.S. Air Force is working on a new long-range bomber to assist with its pivot to the Asia-Pacific.
U.S. Getting a New Bomber
Assessing America's Military Future
February 02, 2012
Assessing America's Military Future
The Diplomat’s Assistant Editor Harry Kazianis speaks with U.S. Congressman James Langevin (D-RI) about the U.S. “pivot” to the Pacific, defense restructuring and emerging national security threats.
Assessing America's Military Future
Asia Overreacts to U.S. Military Pivot
January 25, 2012
Asia Overreacts to U.S. Military Pivot
Despite the warnings from China, the Pentagon’s Defense Strategic Guidance offers few surprises. Change has been coming for a while.
Asia Overreacts to U.S. Military Pivot
Did Iran Hack U.S. Drone?
December 16, 2011
Did Iran Hack U.S. Drone?
An Iranian engineer claims Iran was able to hack the GPS of a U.S. drone to bring it down. Could it?
Did Iran Hack U.S. Drone?
U.S. Counters Chinese Bases
November 14, 2011
U.S. Counters Chinese Bases
The U.S. has significantly expanded its presence among Asia-Pacific allies. China’s military is the key driver.
U.S. Counters Chinese Bases
Panetta Reassures Japan
October 28, 2011
Panetta Reassures Japan
US Defence Secretary Leon Panetta has been keen to reassure key allies like Japan in his first official Asia trip.
Panetta Reassures Japan
Defence Cuts Imperil US Asia Role
October 26, 2011
Defence Cuts Imperil US Asia Role
Slashing the US defence budget could undermine stability in Asia and US interests there, says J. Randy Forbes. And it could get worse this autumn.
Defence Cuts Imperil US Asia Role
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