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US INF Withdrawal: Weighing the Costs in Europe and the Benefits in Asia
November 05, 2018

US INF Withdrawal: Weighing the Costs in Europe and the Benefits in Asia

By Ankit Panda
Yes, withdrawing from the INF Treaty opens up options in Asia, but are they worth it?

Could the US Navy Blockade China in Wartime?
May 14, 2018

Could the US Navy Blockade China in Wartime?

By Robert Farley
Blockading mainland China presents a range of strategic setbacks for the United States.
4 Sino-US Trends to Watch in the Western Pacific in 2018
January 12, 2018

4 Sino-US Trends to Watch in the Western Pacific in 2018

By Steven Stashwick
South China Sea militarization, hypersonic weapons, Chinese oceanography, and counter A2/AD poised for major advances in 2018.

US Navy, Marine Corps Unveil New Strategy to Turn Tables on A2/AD
October 02, 2017

US Navy, Marine Corps Unveil New Strategy to Turn Tables on A2/AD

By Steven Stashwick
New Marine role in sea control appears aimed at potential China conflicts.

US Navy and Marine Corps Preparing for Combat in the Littoral
April 28, 2017

US Navy and Marine Corps Preparing for Combat in the Littoral

By Steven Stashwick
New war-fighting concepts enable a "denial" strategy against China.

The US Army’s Answer for an A2/AD Shield in Asia
October 15, 2016

The US Army’s Answer for an A2/AD Shield in Asia

By Steven Stashwick
Plans for ‘Multi-Domain Battle’ to project power from land over sea & air.

A2/AD Is Dead, Long Live A2/AD
October 11, 2016

A2/AD Is Dead, Long Live A2/AD

By Robert Farley
Has one of our favorite buzzwords died?
A Raider and His 'Little Buddy': Which Fighter Will Accompany the USAF's B-21?
September 24, 2016

A Raider and His 'Little Buddy': Which Fighter Will Accompany the USAF's B-21?

By Robert Farley
The B-21 has a name, but what it doesn't have is a fighter to accompany it on long-range strike missions.

Signs of Diminishing Returns for US Military Investment Against A2/AD
September 02, 2016

Signs of Diminishing Returns for US Military Investment Against A2/AD

By Steven Stashwick
Trends show U.S. could maintain its military edge and still fight to a draw in the future.

How Flexible Are US Counter-A2/AD Systems Anyway?
September 01, 2016

How Flexible Are US Counter-A2/AD Systems Anyway?

By Robert Farley
Let's think about some of the procurement options available to Washington.

A New War in the Pacific Could be ‘Trench Warfare’ at Sea
August 18, 2016

A New War in the Pacific Could be ‘Trench Warfare’ at Sea

By Steven Stashwick
Recent studies suggest A2/AD and AirSea Battle lead to costly stalemate, not victory.
Leveraging the Amphibious Advantage in the Asia Pacific
June 03, 2016

Leveraging the Amphibious Advantage in the Asia Pacific

By Robert Farley
Will amphibious platforms make a difference in the Asia-Pacific?

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