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Diego Garcia: Troubling Past, Uncertain Future
July 01, 2019

Diego Garcia: Troubling Past, Uncertain Future

By David Vine
How disputed islands, a US military base, and an exiled people’s fate reflect a transforming world.

Australia’s Cocos Islands Cannot Replace America’s Troubled Diego Garcia
April 16, 2019

Australia’s Cocos Islands Cannot Replace America’s Troubled Diego Garcia

By Samuel Bashfield
As U.S. defense planners consider the potential closure of Diego Garcia, they should know the limits of the Cocos Islands.
America’s Golden Opportunity to Demonstrate Its Support for ‘International Order ‘
March 12, 2019

America’s Golden Opportunity to Demonstrate Its Support for ‘International Order ‘

By Mark J. Valencia
Will U.S. support for international law extend to respecting an ICJ ruling that jeopardizes an important naval base?

US Air Force Flies 2 B-52H Bombers Over East China Sea
January 31, 2019

US Air Force Flies 2 B-52H Bombers Over East China Sea

By Franz-Stefan Gady
The two bombers flew an 11-hour mission over the East China Sea and Sea of Japan on January 28.

US Flies 2 B-52H Bombers Over East and South China Seas
September 28, 2018

US Flies 2 B-52H Bombers Over East and South China Seas

By Franz-Stefan Gady
Beijing has labelled the recent mission by U.S. Air Force B-52H bombers as “provocative.”

South China Sea: US Flies Nuclear-Capable Bombers Near Scarborough Shoal
June 06, 2018

South China Sea: US Flies Nuclear-Capable Bombers Near Scarborough Shoal

By Ankit Panda
The bombers were en route to Guam from Diego Garcia.

India Gains Access to Oman's Duqm Port, Putting the Indian Ocean Geopolitical Contest in the Spotlight
February 14, 2018

India Gains Access to Oman's Duqm Port, Putting the Indian Ocean Geopolitical Contest in the Spotlight

By Ankit Panda
Duqm adds an important node to a growing network of facilities in the Indian Ocean held by actors with interests in preserving the status quo.
Indonesia: A Potential Leader in the Indian Ocean
December 12, 2014

Indonesia: A Potential Leader in the Indian Ocean

By Awidya Santikajaya
Indonesia is well placed to play a leading role in developing a better regional architecture for the Indian Ocean.

Bases for America’s Asia-Pacific Rebalance (Part 2)
May 06, 2014

Bases for America’s Asia-Pacific Rebalance (Part 2)

By Carnes Lord and Andrew S. Erickson
Part two of a two part series evaluating the evolving network of US bases in the Asia-Pacific.

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