China’s Coast Guard Law: Destabilizing or Reassuring?
By Shuxian Luo
The new law represents an integral step toward clarifying and standardizing the operations of the China Coast Guard, but that hasn't stopped regional unease.
Mahan, Corbett, and China’s Maritime Grand Strategy
By Andrew Latham
The shift from Mahan to Corbett is reflective of a major shift in Chinese grand strategy – one that has implications for the U.S. and the Indo-Pacific at large.
Changes in China’s Coast Guard
By Ying Yu Lin
An organizational reshuffle and new leadership both point to a more muscular, more assertive CCG.