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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?

Can the PLA Navy Make the Indian Ocean Chinese?
February 01, 2016

Can the PLA Navy Make the Indian Ocean Chinese?

By Robert Farley
Does China need to dominate the Indian Ocean in order to have a world-class navy?

US Air Force: Russia Has Closed Air Power Gap With NATO
September 16, 2015

US Air Force: Russia Has Closed Air Power Gap With NATO

By Franz-Stefan Gady
However, even more alarming are Moscow’s growing anti-access/area denial capabilities, according to a U.S. general.

For the First Time Since the B-17, America Might Have a Bomber Designed for Asia
September 11, 2015

For the First Time Since the B-17, America Might Have a Bomber Designed for Asia

By Robert Farley
The LRS-B could turn out to be the bomber that gives Washington the edge it needs in the Asia-Pacific.
China Is Building Giant Floating Islands in the South China Sea
April 24, 2015

China Is Building Giant Floating Islands in the South China Sea

By Jack Detsch
A new report reveals China’s plans for 1,000,000 ton battle stations in the South China Sea.

Alarm Over China’s S-400 Acquisition Is Premature
April 22, 2015

Alarm Over China’s S-400 Acquisition Is Premature

By J. Michael Cole
The S-400 is an impressive system, but China's acquisition of the system shouldn't spark alarm just yet.
What is the Future of Naval Warfare?
April 15, 2015

What is the Future of Naval Warfare?

By Franz-Stefan Gady
A new report attempts to shed light on how precision-guided weapons will impact future maritime battles.

Forget F-16s for Taiwan: It's All About A2/AD
April 08, 2015

Forget F-16s for Taiwan: It's All About A2/AD

By Van Jackson
Taiwan doesn't need F-16s; it needs an anti-access strategy.

How Threatening Are China's Missiles?
April 07, 2015

How Threatening Are China's Missiles?

By Franz-Stefan Gady
Beijing’s growing missile arsenal has Washington worried.

China's Air Force Conducts Exercise Between Taiwan and the Philippines
March 31, 2015

China's Air Force Conducts Exercise Between Taiwan and the Philippines

By Ankit Panda
The People's Liberation Army Air Force carried out a one-day exercise over the Bashi Channel.
What Can Mussolini’s Navy Teach Us About Chinese Naval Power?
March 16, 2015

What Can Mussolini’s Navy Teach Us About Chinese Naval Power?

By Franz-Stefan Gady
The history of the Italian navy offers great lessons why overestimating your enemy’s capabilities is dangerous.

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