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January 17, 2013

The Real Anti-Access Story

Given the advancing capabilities of China’s anti-access forces, questions of diffusion and proliferation bear consideration.

Move, Countermove in the Anti-Access Game
January 02, 2013

Move, Countermove in the Anti-Access Game

New technologies like unmanned surface ships could put a dent in some nation’s anti-access plans.

Vietnam’s Undersea Anti-Access Fleet
November 01, 2012

Vietnam’s Undersea Anti-Access Fleet

The logic of access denial could work for Hanoi—and against stability in Southeast Asia.

Anti-Access on the Korean Peninsula
October 30, 2012

Anti-Access on the Korean Peninsula

North Korea confronts probably the hardest anti-access challenge of any coastal defender.

The Real Iran Threat
October 29, 2012

The Real Iran Threat

While Iran might not be able to defeat America, it might be able exact a heavy toll. Would an American President pause?

Flashy Name, Old Idea: Anti-Access Strategy
October 28, 2012

Flashy Name, Old Idea: Anti-Access Strategy

While made popular by recent analysis of China’s military, anti-access has deep routes in history.

The Nightmare Scenario: A U.S.-China War: Part IV
September 24, 2012

The Nightmare Scenario: A U.S.-China War: Part IV

China’s Rope-a-Dope Strategy: Don’t expect the PLA to pit strength against strength until it has to.

The Nightmare Scenario: A U.S.-China War: Part III
September 23, 2012

The Nightmare Scenario: A U.S.-China War: Part III

U.S. commanders should be narrow-minded when plotting a Pacific offensive (in geospatial terms, anyway).

September 18, 2012

Why Aircraft Carriers Sail On

Despite impressive anti-access weaponry, modern aircraft carriers are still a prized possession. Why?

The Home Team Anti-Access Advantage
September 11, 2012

The Home Team Anti-Access Advantage

Why A2/AD is a Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome version of the NCAA or NFL.

Anti-Access and the 'Fortress-Fleet'
September 10, 2012

Anti-Access and the 'Fortress-Fleet'

Why regional powers need not run a naval arms race with the United States.

Boyd and the U.S. Navy’s Return to History
August 28, 2012

Boyd and the U.S. Navy’s Return to History

Adapting to A2/AD challenges from the likes of China and Iran means rediscovering old skills and habits.

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