North Korea: The Other Anti-Access Threat?
By Van Jackson
A New Washington Naval Conference for Asia?
With an Asian naval buildup underway, perhaps history can offer some inspiration.
India’s Anti-Access Trump Card
New Delhi’s naval capabilities may never match its ambitions, but an A2/AD strategy would enable it to exercise significant influence in maritime affairs.
The U.S. Army’s Anti-Access Strategy
The Army does have a role in the pivot. Will bureaucratic inertia get in the way?
Russia's Forthcoming "Terrorist-Killer Robots"
The DPRK has 200 mobile missile launchers and other top defense articles for your weekend.
The Real Anti-Access Story: Cyber
Often overlooked, cyber is one of the most effective methods of Anti-Access/Area Denial in any arsenal.
Australia and AirSea Battle: Not Sold Yet
The U.S. needs to do more to persuade allies that ASB is the right response to China’s military challenge.
The DF-21D or "Carrier Killer": An Instrument of Deception?
Is all the hype part of an asymmetrical campaign by China to defeat its enemies without a fight?
North Korea Cramping China’s Anti-Access Style
N. Korea’s threats will have a long term impact on E. Asia’s military balance for years — maybe at China’s expense.
A U.S. Naval Blockade of China?
“There’s another emerging theme…about how a U.S.-China conflict could unfold – a naval blockade.”
Surface Combat Fleets: Obsolete?
With America and others developing “carrier killer” missiles, what does the future hold for surface navies in wartime?
America's Pivot, Taiwan and Anti-Access
Will the U.S. pivot to Asia help enhance or degrade Taiwan’s security? Our Naval Diplomat weighs in.