Malaysia Detains Chinese Ship on Suspicion of Looting British WWII Wrecks
By Sebastian Strangio
The Fuzhou-registered vessel was found to be carrying an artillery shell and scrap metal believed to be at least 80 years old.
Britain Returns to Asia, to China’s Dismay
By Bonnie Girard
The U.K.’s naval presence in East Asia has provoked an angry response from China.
Russia’s Disturbing Actions on Innocent Passage in the Black Sea
By KOTANI Tetsuo
A dangerous incident has repercussions in Asian waters.
Can the UK Achieve Its Naval Ambitions in the Indo-Pacific?
By Ian Storey
The Royal Navy is sending its aircraft carrier to the Pacific. What comes next will be far more telling.
Japan, UK, US to Hold Anti-Submarine Warfare Exercise in Western Pacific
By Franz-Stefan Gady
For the second time in three months the three countries are holding an anti-submarine warfare exercise in Asian waters.