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A False Start for Sino-Pakistani JF-17 Thunder?
January 09, 2016

A False Start for Sino-Pakistani JF-17 Thunder?

By Benjamin David Baker
Malaysia publically declares that it is not considering the JF-17. How come?
Can Eurofighter Beat Its Competition on the Asian Market?
December 04, 2015

Can Eurofighter Beat Its Competition on the Asian Market?

By Benjamin David Baker
The Typhoon is a good fighter but faces keen competition in Asian markets.

In Pursuit of a Credible Nuclear Triad, India Successfully Tests Deadly ICBM
November 10, 2015

In Pursuit of a Credible Nuclear Triad, India Successfully Tests Deadly ICBM

By Benjamin David Baker
India conducts another successful test flight of its Agni-IV ICBM. Does this mean Delhi has a credible nuclear triad?

Russian Arms Sales in Asia May Be Poised for Trouble
November 10, 2015

Russian Arms Sales in Asia May Be Poised for Trouble

By Benjamin David Baker
Moscow’s dominance of the regional arms market is no longer guaranteed.

South Korea Goes Indigenous for Its Missile Defense Needs
November 07, 2015

South Korea Goes Indigenous for Its Missile Defense Needs

By Benjamin David Baker
South Korea's bid to indigenize missile defense will have important ramifications for the U.S.-South Korea relationship.
A Dual-Use Dilemma in US-China Defense Industrial Interaction
November 02, 2015

A Dual-Use Dilemma in US-China Defense Industrial Interaction

By Robert Farley
China may be gaining access to U.S. tech through perfectly legal means. What can the United States do?

Taiwan Unveils New Long-Endurance Drone, New Weapons at Defense Trade Show
August 13, 2015

Taiwan Unveils New Long-Endurance Drone, New Weapons at Defense Trade Show

By J. Michael Cole
Taiwan showcases new weapons systems, including an indigenously produced long-endurance unmanned aerial vehicle
What Weapons Will a Post-Deal Iran Look to Purchase? Pretty Much Everything
July 17, 2015

What Weapons Will a Post-Deal Iran Look to Purchase? Pretty Much Everything

By Robert Farley
With the Iran deal, Tehran will be looking to purchase arms. Who's selling?

Peter W. Singer on Ghost Fleet, China, and Strategy
July 04, 2015

Peter W. Singer on Ghost Fleet, China, and Strategy

By Jack Detsch
Peter W. Singer is co-author of Ghost Fleet, a new novel imagining the next World War.

A First: Japan Will Share Classified Submarine Technical Data With Australia
May 07, 2015

A First: Japan Will Share Classified Submarine Technical Data With Australia

By Ankit Panda
Japan will grant Australia access to classified data regarding the performance of its Soryu-class subs.

The End of the Submarine as We Know it?
January 30, 2015

The End of the Submarine as We Know it?

By Franz-Stefan Gady
A new report argues for a significant rethinking of how the U.S. Navy conducts undersea warfare.
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