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The US Navy's FFG(X) Program Could Take a Nod From East Asian Shipbuilders
July 16, 2018
The US Navy's FFG(X) Program Could Take a Nod From East Asian Shipbuilders
Should the next U.S. frigate come from the Pacific?
The US Navy's FFG(X) Program Could Take a Nod From East Asian Shipbuilders
Chinese Navy Surveillance Vessel Observes RIMPAC 2018 Exercises
July 14, 2018
Chinese Navy Surveillance Vessel Observes RIMPAC 2018 Exercises
Once again, China has sent a Type 815 AGI to observe RIMPAC.
Chinese Navy Surveillance Vessel Observes RIMPAC 2018 Exercises
North Korea's Diplomatic No Show Amplifies Post-Singapore Diplomatic Tensions
July 13, 2018
North Korea's Diplomatic No Show Amplifies Post-Singapore Diplomatic Tensions
The no-show is a well-worn North Korean negotiating tactic, but this time, it highlights growing discord in talks.
North Korea's Diplomatic No Show Amplifies Post-Singapore Diplomatic Tensions
Is China Using Force or Coercion in the South China Sea?
July 11, 2018
Is China Using Force or Coercion in the South China Sea?
Why words matter.
Is China Using Force or Coercion in the South China Sea?
Can China Mediate Between Pakistan and India?
July 09, 2018
Can China Mediate Between Pakistan and India?
Beijing will play an increasingly important role in the preservation of stability in South Asia.
Can China Mediate Between Pakistan and India?
2 US Navy Warships Transit Taiwan Strait
July 09, 2018
2 US Navy Warships Transit Taiwan Strait
U.S. guided missile destroyers pass through the Taiwan Strait.
2 US Navy Warships Transit Taiwan Strait
The Trade, Legal, and Institutional Implications of 3D Printing in the Indo-Pacific
July 09, 2018
The Trade, Legal, and Institutional Implications of 3D Printing in the Indo-Pacific
Will 3D printing transform the geoeconomics of the Indo-Pacific?
The Trade, Legal, and Institutional Implications of 3D Printing in the Indo-Pacific
3D Printing Is Here to Disrupt Asia's Security Order
July 03, 2018
3D Printing Is Here to Disrupt Asia's Security Order
The Indo-Pacific won't be immune to the effects of 3D printing.
3D Printing Is Here to Disrupt Asia's Security Order
Exclusive: North Korea Has Continued Ballistic Missile Launcher Production in 2018, Per US Intelligence
June 30, 2018
Exclusive: North Korea Has Continued Ballistic Missile Launcher Production in 2018, Per US Intelligence
Amid ongoing diplomacy with South Korea and the United States, North Korea has continued to produce launchers.
Exclusive: North Korea Has Continued Ballistic Missile Launcher Production in 2018, Per US Intelligence
Why Postponing the New US-India Dialogue Matters
June 29, 2018
Why Postponing the New US-India Dialogue Matters
Such developments only exacerbate the challenges of managing differences in an important, complex relationship.
Why Postponing the New US-India Dialogue Matters
Taiwan’s New Southbound Policy Meets the US Free and Open Indo-Pacific Strategy
June 28, 2018
Taiwan’s New Southbound Policy Meets the US Free and Open Indo-Pacific Strategy
Aligning with FOIP would have both opportunities and risks for Taiwan.
Taiwan’s New Southbound Policy Meets the US Free and Open Indo-Pacific Strategy
Making No Assumptions: India's Seychelles Conundrum
June 27, 2018
Making No Assumptions: India's Seychelles Conundrum
What is the state of India's relationship with Seychelles really?
Making No Assumptions: India's Seychelles Conundrum
What Will It Take for the PLAN to Come Back to RIMPAC?
June 25, 2018
What Will It Take for the PLAN to Come Back to RIMPAC?
A lot, if you ask the U.S. Senate.
What Will It Take for the PLAN to Come Back to RIMPAC?
Why It’s Nearly Impossible to Denuclearize North Korea
June 22, 2018
Why It’s Nearly Impossible to Denuclearize North Korea
Despite the optimism after the Trump-Kim summit, it's difficult to imagine Pyongyang ever giving up nuclear weapons.
Why It’s Nearly Impossible to Denuclearize North Korea
North Korea Offers to Remove Long-Range Artillery From Border
June 18, 2018
North Korea Offers to Remove Long-Range Artillery From Border
North Korea reportedly offered to remove some of its long-range artillery pieces from the military demarcation line.
North Korea Offers to Remove Long-Range Artillery From Border
No, North Korea Hasn't Blown Up Missile 'Launch Sites' After the June 12 Summit
June 18, 2018
No, North Korea Hasn't Blown Up Missile 'Launch Sites' After the June 12 Summit
Trump continues to fabricate North Korean concessions following his summit with Kim Jong Un.
No, North Korea Hasn't Blown Up Missile 'Launch Sites' After the June 12 Summit
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