What to Expect From the 2nd US-Pacific Islands Summit
By Patricia O’Brien
The upcoming summit represents the crowning event of Washington’s explosive re-engagement with the Pacific Islands.
What Do Central Asia’s Activists Think of the New US Relationship With Their Region?
By Matthew Schaaf
Washington’s current approach sidesteps human rights concerns. Central Asian’s rights defenders and civic activists have suggestions to fix that.
India, Singapore Kick off SIMBEX Military Exercise
By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
The naval drill, now in its 30th edition, has grown more complex and robust as India and Singapore's shared concerns about China deepen.
Realizing a South Korea-US Defense Partnership in Space
By Sam Wilson
The allies’ wide-ranging level of military cooperation has not typically extended to space. That may be about to change.