Asia Geopolitics

Asia’s Changing Naval Landscape

Our U.S. Editors discuss naval developments across the Asia-Pacific, focusing on China, Japan, Taiwan, and Australia.

Asia’s Changing Naval Landscape
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In this week’s podcast for The Diplomat, U.S.-based editors Ankit Panda and Zachary Keck discuss the 2014 Western Pacific Naval Symposium, including the Code for Unplanned Encounters at Sea (CUES) and the brief encounter between top Chinese and Japanese naval officials, Japan’s radar deployment to Yonaguni Island, Taiwan’s plan to build indigenous submarines, and Australia’s decision to purchase additional F-35 fighters.

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