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The Case for the Centuryfortress: Defining the B-52J
December 09, 2015

The Case for the Centuryfortress: Defining the B-52J

By Col Mike “Starbaby” Pietrucha
"With a well-considered upgrade plan, the B-52 can serve to its 100th birthday."
China Tests New Hypersonic Weapon
November 26, 2015

China Tests New Hypersonic Weapon

By Franz-Stefan Gady
China has conducted yet another test of a hypersonic glide vehicle designed to defeat U.S. missile defenses.

U.S. Navy: Time to Bring Back the S-3 Viking?
November 09, 2015

U.S. Navy: Time to Bring Back the S-3 Viking?

By Ben Ho Wan Beng
The retired aircraft could help fill a significant capability gap for carrier strike groups.

Is This China’s Newest Tool To Thwart US Military Power?
October 21, 2015

Is This China’s Newest Tool To Thwart US Military Power?

By Franz-Stefan Gady
Beijing has recently successfully completed a test flight of its largest high-altitude airship.

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.
China or Iran: Who Is the Bigger Threat to U.S. Airpower?
September 08, 2015

China or Iran: Who Is the Bigger Threat to U.S. Airpower?

By Franz-Stefan Gady
A new comparative analysis sheds light on the threat Tehran’s ballistic missile force poses to U.S. airbases.

How Russia Is Helping China Develop its Naval Power
September 04, 2015

How Russia Is Helping China Develop its Naval Power

By Franz-Stefan Gady
A new report highlights Sino-Russian cooperation in building up the PLAN’s surface warfare capabilities.
Should the Pentagon Fear China’s Newest Weapon?
August 25, 2015

Should the Pentagon Fear China’s Newest Weapon?

By Franz-Stefan Gady
Beijing conducted yet another test of a new high-tech hypersonic glide vehicle.

North Korea Is Deploying Largest Submarine Fleet Since Korean War
August 24, 2015

North Korea Is Deploying Largest Submarine Fleet Since Korean War

By Franz-Stefan Gady
About 70 percent of Pyongyang’s submarines have left their homeports and are nowhere to be found.

Why the F-35 Is Particularly Ill-Suited to Succeed in the Asia-Pacific
August 11, 2015

Why the F-35 Is Particularly Ill-Suited to Succeed in the Asia-Pacific

By Ankit Panda
The Asia-Pacific's expansive geography leaves short-range tactical fighters ill-suited for success and versatility.

China’s Elegant, Flawed, Grand Strategy
July 25, 2015

China’s Elegant, Flawed, Grand Strategy

By Leon Whyte
Elegant in theory, Beijing’s grand strategy is triggering an Asian security dilemma.
Will This Chinese Weapon Be Able to Sink an Aircraft Carrier?
June 13, 2015

Will This Chinese Weapon Be Able to Sink an Aircraft Carrier?

By Franz-Stefan Gady
The PLA's anti-access/area denial arsenal is slowly but steadily expanding.

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