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What Is a Water War?
March 24, 2021

What Is a Water War?

By Robert Farley
How useful is the concept “water wars” and how do they fit into traditional concepts of naval power?

Why Karang Singa Matters to Indonesia’s Sovereignty
January 21, 2021

Why Karang Singa Matters to Indonesia’s Sovereignty

By Jundi Jaadulhaq and Beni Sukadis
Indonesia cannot afford to waste any more time in taking measures to safeguard its sovereignty over the shoal and its surrounding territorial waters.
Timor-Leste Seeks a Better Maritime Border With Australia
January 11, 2017

Timor-Leste Seeks a Better Maritime Border With Australia

By Grant Wyeth
Terminating the CMATS treaty is a first step, but negotiating a median line boundary will be more difficult

Unmanned Systems May Kill Any Prospect of Peace in East and Southeast Asia
December 07, 2016

Unmanned Systems May Kill Any Prospect of Peace in East and Southeast Asia

By Tobias J. Burgers and Scott N. Romaniuk
It is only a matter of time before drones are put to use in Asia's maritime conflicts.

The Mota Lava Treaty: A Pacific Lesson on Maritime Dispute Settlement
October 29, 2016

The Mota Lava Treaty: A Pacific Lesson on Maritime Dispute Settlement

By Walter Diamana
What the world can learn from the maritime border agreement between Vanuatu and the Solomon Islands.

Interview: Xue Li on the South China Sea
July 06, 2016

Interview: Xue Li on the South China Sea

By Huang Nan, Zhang Juan, and Shannon Tiezzi
Xue Li of CASS explains the nine-dash line, China's South China Sea policy, and what comes after the arbitration ruling.

Timor-Leste Blazing a Trail for Maritime Dispute Resolution
June 03, 2016

Timor-Leste Blazing a Trail for Maritime Dispute Resolution

By Grace Phan
As the US grapples with escalation in the South China Sea, Timor-Leste makes an unprecedented move that may present a solution.
Russia and Japan Unlikely to Make ‘Serious Progress’ in Kuril Islands Dispute
May 05, 2016

Russia and Japan Unlikely to Make ‘Serious Progress’ in Kuril Islands Dispute

By Franz-Stefan Gady
The Kremlin cautions that this Friday’s Abe-Putin meeting will not resolve a long-standing territorial dispute.

Russia to Deploy Missile Systems on Kuril Islands
March 28, 2016

Russia to Deploy Missile Systems on Kuril Islands

By Franz-Stefan Gady
Moscow is allegedly also exploring whether the islands could serve as a naval base for its Pacific fleet.

Diplomatic Access: Bangladesh
November 18, 2015

Diplomatic Access: Bangladesh

By Diplomatic Access
Bangladesh's Ambassador Mohammad Ziauddin on regional connectivity, maritime disputes, and regional security threats.

Putin’s Visit to Japan Indefinitely Postponed
October 16, 2015

Putin’s Visit to Japan Indefinitely Postponed

By Franz-Stefan Gady
The “environment is not suitable for a visit” at this time.
How Russia Tries to Intimidate Japan
July 25, 2015

How Russia Tries to Intimidate Japan

By Franz-Stefan Gady
Moscow is stepping up its military presence on the disputed Kuril Islands.

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