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What’s in Thailand’s New Military Helicopter Order?
September 24, 2018
What’s in Thailand’s New Military Helicopter Order?
Bangkok is looking to make further inroads in one of the key priorities in its military modernization.
What’s in Thailand’s New Military Helicopter Order?
US Navy Christens New Littoral Combat Ship
September 24, 2018
US Navy Christens New Littoral Combat Ship
The service’s latest surface combatant was christened on September 22.
US Navy Christens New Littoral Combat Ship
Duterte’s Russia Pivot in Focus With Philippine Navy’s First Port Visit
September 24, 2018
Duterte’s Russia Pivot in Focus With Philippine Navy’s First Port Visit
A look at the broader significance of a notable development in the defense relationship.
Duterte’s Russia Pivot in Focus With Philippine Navy’s First Port Visit
Good Economic Times Are Over, Warns OECD
September 24, 2018
Good Economic Times Are Over, Warns OECD
Amid trade tensions and global risks, warning bells are ringing over Asia’s growth forecast.
Good Economic Times Are Over, Warns OECD
New PC-40 Vessels Highlights Indonesia’s Navy Modernization
September 24, 2018
New PC-40 Vessels Highlights Indonesia’s Navy Modernization
The Southeast Asian state continues to make incremental progress in its efforts amid lingering challenges.
New PC-40 Vessels Highlights Indonesia’s Navy Modernization
Russia Launches New Diesel-Electric Attack Submarine
September 24, 2018
Russia Launches New Diesel-Electric Attack Submarine
The Russian Navy’s second Lada-class diesel electric attack submarine was launched in St. Petersburg on September 20.
Russia Launches New Diesel-Electric Attack Submarine
UK Court Slaps Huge Fine on Khrapunov in BTA Case
September 24, 2018
UK Court Slaps Huge Fine on Khrapunov in BTA Case
Ilyas Khrapunov is hit with a $500 million fine for allegedly aiding Mukhtar Ablyazov's reported embezzlement.
UK Court Slaps Huge Fine on Khrapunov in BTA Case
Maldives Voters Grant Decisive Victory to Opposition Candidate in Blow to Pro-China Leader
September 24, 2018
Maldives Voters Grant Decisive Victory to Opposition Candidate in Blow to Pro-China Leader
The result is a triumph for democracy in the Maldives, with a historic turnout of more than 85 percent.
Maldives Voters Grant Decisive Victory to Opposition Candidate in Blow to Pro-China Leader
What Should the US Navy's New Large Surface Warship Look Like?
September 24, 2018
What Should the US Navy's New Large Surface Warship Look Like?
The U.S. Navy has some big decisions ahead of it.
What Should the US Navy's New Large Surface Warship Look Like?
A Productive Fifth Inter-Korean Summit, But Denuclearization Remains Distant
September 24, 2018
A Productive Fifth Inter-Korean Summit, But Denuclearization Remains Distant
Progress toward inter-Korean peace should be welcomed, but denuclearization is another thing entirely.
A Productive Fifth Inter-Korean Summit, But Denuclearization Remains Distant
US Nuclear Sub Returns to Port After Reactor Leak
September 23, 2018
US Nuclear Sub Returns to Port After Reactor Leak
USS Pittsburgh's onboard reactor suffered a minor moisture incident.
US Nuclear Sub Returns to Port After Reactor Leak
China Postpones Military-to-Military Talks With US After CAATSA Sanctions
September 23, 2018
China Postpones Military-to-Military Talks With US After CAATSA Sanctions
The U.S. decision to sanction Beijing has resulted in a setback to military-to-military dialogue.
China Postpones Military-to-Military Talks With US After CAATSA Sanctions
Misinformation and Misdirection Grow as India's Economy Stumbles
September 23, 2018
Misinformation and Misdirection Grow as India's Economy Stumbles
With a general election now less than a year away, India's ruling party tries to manage the economic narrative.
Misinformation and Misdirection Grow as India's Economy Stumbles
Understanding Japan’s Struggle to Reform the Shareholder-Management Relationship
September 23, 2018
Understanding Japan’s Struggle to Reform the Shareholder-Management Relationship
Corporate governance has a long way to go in Japan.
Understanding Japan’s Struggle to Reform the Shareholder-Management Relationship
After the Presidential Election, What Next for Abe and the LDP?
September 23, 2018
After the Presidential Election, What Next for Abe and the LDP?
After a sweeping victory against a rival LDP member, Abe secures a new 3 year term as party leader -- and prime minister.
After the Presidential Election, What Next for Abe and the LDP?
3 More Years of Abe: Japan's Foreign Policy Future
September 22, 2018
3 More Years of Abe: Japan's Foreign Policy Future
A round-up of the foreign policy challenges facing Japan's prime minister as he enters his final term.
3 More Years of Abe: Japan's Foreign Policy Future
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