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Russia Launches War Games
September 23, 2011
Russia Launches War Games
Russia and Central Asian nations launch a major set of war games. But are they aimed at internal or external threats?
Russia Launches War Games
Cyber Revenge Against Japan?
September 22, 2011
Cyber Revenge Against Japan?
Was a recent cyber attack against a Japanese firm revenge by Chinese cyber warriors? If so, there’s more to come.
Cyber Revenge Against Japan?
September 20, 2011
India Looking East
An alleged warning by the Chinese military toward India may not have taken place. But it wasn’t implausible.
India Looking East
NASA's New Deep Space Rocket
September 19, 2011
NASA's New Deep Space Rocket
NASA announces plans for a replacement for the retired Space Shuttle. It could also give the US a military edge.
NASA's New Deep Space Rocket
India, Mongolia Cosy Up
September 17, 2011
India, Mongolia Cosy Up
Joint military counterinsurgency exercises this month are a sign of warming ties between India and Mongolia.
India, Mongolia Cosy Up
Najib's Risky Move?
September 17, 2011
Najib's Risky Move?
Was Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak’s decision to repeal a security act risky or inspired?
Najib's Risky Move?
NATO's India Offer
September 15, 2011
NATO's India Offer
NATO has offered to share ballistic missile defence technology with India. What’s behind the offer?
NATO's India Offer
September 14, 2011
‘Carrier’ Profiles Sea Life
A documentary on the USS Nimitz gives a glimpse of life in a small town built on an ammunition dump and fuel depot.
‘Carrier’ Profiles Sea Life
September 14, 2011
‘Carrier’ Profiles Sea Life
A documentary on the USS Nimitz gives a glimpse of life in a small town built on an ammunition dump and fuel depot.
‘Carrier’ Profiles Sea Life
Train Japanese Forces Abroad
September 13, 2011
Train Japanese Forces Abroad
Training Japanese Self-Defence Forces in the United States would greatly benefit both countries.
Train Japanese Forces Abroad
America's Drone Challenge
September 12, 2011
America's Drone Challenge
Tackling the challenge of unmanned drones is the key issue for the US in the Pacific, a retired general says.
America's Drone Challenge
Canberra Rethinking F-35?
September 10, 2011
Canberra Rethinking F-35?
Is a rising price tag making Australia think twice about its planned F-35 fighter purchase from Lockheed Martin?
Canberra Rethinking F-35?
September 09, 2011
China, Kyrgyzstan Ties Warm
Senior officials from China and Kyrgyzstan meet to discuss how to work more closely on tackling terrorism.
China, Kyrgyzstan Ties Warm
‘Counter-Bismarckian’ Diplomacy
September 08, 2011
‘Counter-Bismarckian’ Diplomacy
The US has a careful balancing act to perform if it wants to modify its custodian role in the Asia-Pacific ‘commons.’
‘Counter-Bismarckian’ Diplomacy
‘Counter-Bismarckian’ Diplomacy
September 08, 2011
‘Counter-Bismarckian’ Diplomacy
The US has a careful balancing act to perform if it wants to modify its custodian role in the Asia-Pacific ‘commons.’
‘Counter-Bismarckian’ Diplomacy
China in Syria Series (V)
September 07, 2011
China in Syria Series (V)
Leading analysts share their thoughts on what events in Syria mean for the EU’s standing in the Asia-Pacific.
China in Syria Series (V)
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