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March 07, 2013
Arms Race: 21st Century Style
Often times differences in national interest and capabilities result in countries trying to counter one another through dissimilar means.
Arms Race: 21st Century Style
Intellectual Property Meets Military Technology
February 06, 2013
Intellectual Property Meets Military Technology
Copying advanced foreign military systems has a long, distinguished history. What does the future hold?
Intellectual Property Meets Military Technology
Yes, America Can Rebalance to Asia With a Smaller Military
January 19, 2013
Yes, America Can Rebalance to Asia With a Smaller Military
Even in a time of budget cuts, America can successfully shift its gaze to the Asia-Pacific.
Yes, America Can Rebalance to Asia With a Smaller Military
The Interview: Admiral Samuel J. Locklear
January 13, 2013
The Interview: Admiral Samuel J. Locklear
America’s rebalance towards Asia has many talking. The U.S. Navy will be at the forefront of such efforts. Adm. Locklear gives us his take.
The Interview: Admiral Samuel J. Locklear
Small Navy, Strong Navy
December 20, 2012
Small Navy, Strong Navy
Just because a smaller nation can’t deploy massive naval power does not mean it can’t be credible — or dangerous.
Small Navy, Strong Navy
How Obama Got North Korea Wrong
December 13, 2012
How Obama Got North Korea Wrong
Instead of doubling down on a failed policy, Obama should have adopted a tougher approach towards Pyongyang.
How Obama Got North Korea Wrong
Making Sense of North Korea’s Fireworks
December 12, 2012
Making Sense of North Korea’s Fireworks
Much will depend on decisions made not in Pyongyang, Seoul, Tokyo or even Washington, but in Beijing.
Making Sense of North Korea’s Fireworks
How to View Defense Spending in Asia
November 07, 2012
How to View Defense Spending in Asia
Defense spending in Asia is up in absolute terms but there many other factors to consider.
How to View Defense Spending in Asia
Australia's Nuclear Sub Option
October 26, 2012
Australia's Nuclear Sub Option
Australia is planning to build a new generation of submarines. The best option: lease America’s prized nuclear submarines.
Australia's Nuclear Sub Option
John Wayne, The U.S. Navy and 'Change'
September 05, 2012
John Wayne, The U.S. Navy and 'Change'
Can ‘The Duke” teach a lesson or two when it comes to dealing with radical change and defeat? Perhaps.
John Wayne, The U.S. Navy and 'Change'
Your Chance to Rebrand The U.S. Navy
August 23, 2012
Your Chance to Rebrand The U.S. Navy
How would you ‘sell’ the USN and market its ‘brand’? The Naval Diplomat asks his readers…
Your Chance to Rebrand The U.S. Navy
The Return of Dr. Strangelove
August 20, 2012
The Return of Dr. Strangelove
How fiscal austerity will push the United States towards nuclear arms and cyber-warfare.
The Return of Dr. Strangelove
Air Power Meets Alfred Thayer Mahan
August 15, 2012
Air Power Meets Alfred Thayer Mahan
Why studying maritime history can help aviators understand their own profession.
Air Power Meets Alfred Thayer Mahan
India’s Defence Market
October 13, 2010
India’s Defence Market
Will India pick Sweden over US companies with its Multi-Role Combat Aircraft purchase?
India’s Defence Market
March 05, 2010
It’s the Economy, Stupid!
Political or economic? The latter is a more likely reason for a defence spending slowdown.
It’s the Economy, Stupid!
March 05, 2010
It’s the Economy, Stupid!
Political or economic? The latter is a more likely reason for a defence spending slowdown.
It’s the Economy, Stupid!
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