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Anti-Access/Area Denial (A2/AD)

Are Aircraft Carriers Still Relevant?
November 15, 2018

Are Aircraft Carriers Still Relevant?

By Ben Ho Wan Beng
Another take on the A2/AD vs. carrier debate

Japan Gears up for Electronic Warfare
September 05, 2018

Japan Gears up for Electronic Warfare

By Aki Nakai
Japan is going electromagnetic, with implications for Japanese security policy and the U.S. regional strategy.
Russia’s Military Receives Additional New S-400 Long-Range Air Defense Regiment
July 19, 2018

Russia’s Military Receives Additional New S-400 Long-Range Air Defense Regiment

By Franz-Stefan Gady
The Russian military took delivery of another complete S-400 regiment this week.

Russia Upgrades Long-Range Air Defenses in Pacific Region
February 23, 2018

Russia Upgrades Long-Range Air Defenses in Pacific Region

By Franz-Stefan Gady
Russia has deployed two additional S-400 batteries to the Russian Far East, according to satellite imagery analysis.

Russia Inducts New S-400 Missile Air Defense System
October 24, 2017

Russia Inducts New S-400 Missile Air Defense System

By Franz-Stefan Gady
The Russian military continues to boost its anti-access/area denial (A2/AD) capabilities.

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.

Be Honest About the B-21: When Strategic Bombing Works and When It Doesn't
July 20, 2017

Be Honest About the B-21: When Strategic Bombing Works and When It Doesn't

By Robert Farley
Supporting the B-21 Raider means looking back critically at previous strategic bombing failures.
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?

Pentagon's ‘Third Offset’ in the US ‘Rebalance to Asia’
October 08, 2016

Pentagon's ‘Third Offset’ in the US ‘Rebalance to Asia’

By Steven Stashwick
Why it is important to understand the role of emerging “third offset” capabilities and operational concepts.

US Navy Shipbuilding Plan: Is It Achievable, Is It Enough?
September 30, 2016

US Navy Shipbuilding Plan: Is It Achievable, Is It Enough?

By Steven Stashwick
New reports cast doubt on the plan’s affordability and adequacy while China's fleet expands.

A2/AD Threat: Russian Army Adds 2nd S-400 Regiment in 2016
September 23, 2016

A2/AD Threat: Russian Army Adds 2nd S-400 Regiment in 2016

By Franz-Stefan Gady
By the end of the year, the Russian military will field a total of 16 S-400 air defense system regiments.
Being Realistic About Engagement with China and the A2/AD Threat
September 23, 2016

Being Realistic About Engagement with China and the A2/AD Threat

By Steven Stashwick
U.S. Chief of Naval Operations: U.S. must engage with China and A2/AD is an "aspiration."

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