The Future of Asia’s Quad: Managing the Perceptions Gap
By Prashanth Parameswaran
Despite some ongoing adjustments, the key regional challenge for the Quad is addressing a lingering perceptions gap in some quarters.
After the Tsunami in Indonesia's Sunda Strait
By Agoes Rudianto
Indonesia has again been devastated by a tsunami, this time without warning.
India's Projection of Power Through Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief
By Sankalp Gurjar
Rescue operations abroad help the Indian military project the image of a responsible power.
102 Killed in Aceh Quake, Mercifully No Tsunami
By Catherine Putz
The quake -- so near the site of 2004's immense devastation -- has destroyed hundreds of buildings.
Can the US Marines Help Build Indonesia’s Amphibious Capabilities?
By Grant Newsham and Swee Lean Collin Koh
The effort could play an important role in the rebalance.
Getting Disaster Resilience Right
By Shamshad Akhtar
In a region prone to disasters, a major conference must draw on the lessons of the past.
Aceh Ten Years After the Tsunami
By Sebastian Strangio
The region has made impressive progress on rebuilding infrastructure, but the mental scars remain.
Indonesian Cave Gives Researchers a Glimpse of Tsunami History
By J.T. Quigley
A combination of sediments and bat droppings reveal the frequency of big waves.