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Between India and Pakistan, Can 'Negative Peace' Serve as a Strategic Good?
March 22, 2019
Between India and Pakistan, Can 'Negative Peace' Serve as a Strategic Good?
An India-Pakistan NSA-level channel could be pivotal in future crises.
Between India and Pakistan, Can 'Negative Peace' Serve as a Strategic Good?
China’s Next Phase of Militarization in the South China Sea
March 20, 2019
China’s Next Phase of Militarization in the South China Sea
Beijing is now consolidating its gains in the region – and its control.
China’s Next Phase of Militarization in the South China Sea
Bolton: China Is One Reason US ‘Looking at Strengthening National Missile Defense’
March 19, 2019
Bolton: China Is One Reason US ‘Looking at Strengthening National Missile Defense’
A top U.S. official contradicts the 2019 U.S. Missile Defense Review’s view on managing China’s strategic arsenal.
Bolton: China Is One Reason US ‘Looking at Strengthening National Missile Defense’
China’s 2019 ‘Two Sessions’ and the Statement of Artificial Intelligence Ambitions
March 18, 2019
China’s 2019 ‘Two Sessions’ and the Statement of Artificial Intelligence Ambitions
China’s “Two Sessions” this year cast a special light on artificial intelligence.
China’s 2019 ‘Two Sessions’ and the Statement of Artificial Intelligence Ambitions
Former US Defense Intelligence Agency Officer Pleads Guilty to Attempted Espionage
March 18, 2019
Former US Defense Intelligence Agency Officer Pleads Guilty to Attempted Espionage
A former U.S. military intelligence officer has plead guilty to attempted espionage charges.
Former US Defense Intelligence Agency Officer Pleads Guilty to Attempted Espionage
The Relationship Between the Size of China’s Economy and Its Military Posture
March 16, 2019
The Relationship Between the Size of China’s Economy and Its Military Posture
The relative sizes of the Chinese and U.S. economies are close to that of the Japanese and U.S. economies in the interwar period.
The Relationship Between the Size of China’s Economy and Its Military Posture
US Air Force Flies Another B-52H Bomber Mission Over South China Sea
March 14, 2019
US Air Force Flies Another B-52H Bomber Mission Over South China Sea
The U.S. conducted a B-52H bomber mission over the South China Sea on March 13.
US Air Force Flies Another B-52H Bomber Mission Over South China Sea
Intellectual Property, Defense Technology, and the Future of Great Power Relations
March 14, 2019
Intellectual Property, Defense Technology, and the Future of Great Power Relations
The idea that technological catch-up is possible may be flawed.
Intellectual Property, Defense Technology, and the Future of Great Power Relations
Japan, UK, US to Hold Anti-Submarine Warfare Exercise in Western Pacific
March 13, 2019
Japan, UK, US to Hold Anti-Submarine Warfare Exercise in Western Pacific
For the second time in three months the three countries are holding an anti-submarine warfare exercise in Asian waters.
Japan, UK, US to Hold Anti-Submarine Warfare Exercise in Western Pacific
China Isn’t Hearing Asia’s Fears About Its Military Buildup
March 11, 2019
China Isn’t Hearing Asia’s Fears About Its Military Buildup
The response to the country’s new defense budget suggests that Beijing continues to be tone deaf to regional anxieties.  
China Isn’t Hearing Asia’s Fears About Its Military Buildup
Is North Korea Preparing for a Satellite Launch? Here’s What We Know
March 11, 2019
Is North Korea Preparing for a Satellite Launch? Here’s What We Know
Is Kim Jong Un planning on heading to space?
Is North Korea Preparing for a Satellite Launch? Here’s What We Know
From the Dreadnought to Modern Stealth: Seeking Military Technological Superiority
March 11, 2019
From the Dreadnought to Modern Stealth: Seeking Military Technological Superiority
Which military technologies are the most difficult to master for would-be U.S. competitors?
From the Dreadnought to Modern Stealth: Seeking Military Technological Superiority
Vietnam Investigates Fishing Boat Sinking in South China Sea
March 11, 2019
Vietnam Investigates Fishing Boat Sinking in South China Sea
China and Vietnam have presented different accounts of what led to the sinking of a fishing boat near in the Paracel Islands.
Vietnam Investigates Fishing Boat Sinking in South China Sea
Is China’s Path to Military Parity With the US Through Intellectual Property Theft Doomed?
March 08, 2019
Is China’s Path to Military Parity With the US Through Intellectual Property Theft Doomed?
A new article turns conventional wisdom on competitive military modernization on its head.
Is China’s Path to Military Parity With the US Through Intellectual Property Theft Doomed?
India and Pakistan: Living on Borrowed Time
March 08, 2019
India and Pakistan: Living on Borrowed Time
Pakistan’s security establishment must be convinced the cost for using terrorism as an instrument of state policy outweighs the benefits.
India and Pakistan: Living on Borrowed Time
What the Hanoi Summit Tells Us About North Korea’s Nuclear Intentions
March 06, 2019
What the Hanoi Summit Tells Us About North Korea’s Nuclear Intentions
Overall it would be unwise to interpret North Korea’s overtures at Hanoi as demonstrating a sincere commitment to denuclearization.
What the Hanoi Summit Tells Us About North Korea’s Nuclear Intentions
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