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India, US, and Japan to Hold ‘Malabar’ Naval War Games This Week
June 05, 2018
India, US, and Japan to Hold ‘Malabar’ Naval War Games This Week
The trilateral naval exercise has grown in complexity over recent years.
India, US, and Japan to Hold ‘Malabar’ Naval War Games This Week
South China Sea Deployment: Indian Stealth Warships Visit Vietnam
June 01, 2016
South China Sea Deployment: Indian Stealth Warships Visit Vietnam
Two Indian warships have arrived at Cam Ranh Bay on a four day port visit.
South China Sea Deployment: Indian Stealth Warships Visit Vietnam
India Sends Stealth Warships to South China Sea
May 19, 2016
India Sends Stealth Warships to South China Sea
The Indian Navy’s Eastern Fleet sailed out today on an operational deployment to the South China and North West Pacific.
India Sends Stealth Warships to South China Sea
Towards an Asia-Pacific Maritime Entente?
March 25, 2016
Towards an Asia-Pacific Maritime Entente?
A recent call for greater maritime cooperation among Australia, India, Japan and the U.S. has merit.
Towards an Asia-Pacific Maritime Entente?
Interview: The Future of US Military Exercises in the Asia-Pacific
October 13, 2015
Interview: The Future of US Military Exercises in the Asia-Pacific
The Diplomat talks with Rear Admiral Charlie Williams about the future prospects for U.S. exercises and America's presence.
Interview: The Future of US Military Exercises in the Asia-Pacific
What to Expect From a Turnbull Government in Australia
September 19, 2015
What to Expect From a Turnbull Government in Australia
Will the new prime minister seek continuity or change?
What to Expect From a Turnbull Government in Australia
Australia Wants to Join India, US and Japan in Naval Exercises: Defense Minister
September 05, 2015
Australia Wants to Join India, US and Japan in Naval Exercises: Defense Minister
Kevin Andrews reaffirms Canberra’s willingness to participate in quadrilateral drills.
Australia Wants to Join India, US and Japan in Naval Exercises: Defense Minister
India’s Reluctance on Multilateral Naval Exercises
July 28, 2015
India’s Reluctance on Multilateral Naval Exercises
India needs to shed its concerns about Chinese sensitivities and embrace its Indian Ocean partners.
India’s Reluctance on Multilateral Naval Exercises
US Official Calls for Permanent Expansion of Malabar Exercises With India
July 17, 2015
US Official Calls for Permanent Expansion of Malabar Exercises With India
The move would be a 'tangible demonstration' of regional maritime security cooperation.
US Official Calls for Permanent Expansion of Malabar Exercises With India
US Will Hold Elevated Trilateral Dialogue with India and Japan
July 14, 2015
US Will Hold Elevated Trilateral Dialogue with India and Japan
US vice-president announces ministerial level trilateral in a further boost for cooperation.
US Will Hold Elevated Trilateral Dialogue with India and Japan
Japan to Join US, India in Military Exercises this Year
July 01, 2015
Japan to Join US, India in Military Exercises this Year
Australia, however, will reportedly be left out.
Japan to Join US, India in Military Exercises this Year
India, Australia, Japan Hold First Ever Trilateral Dialogue
June 09, 2015
India, Australia, Japan Hold First Ever Trilateral Dialogue
Inaugural high-level meeting held in New Delhi.
India, Australia, Japan Hold First Ever Trilateral Dialogue
US May Base Warships in Australia
February 10, 2015
US May Base Warships in Australia
Washington is eying ways to expand its military presence there.
US May Base Warships in Australia
Modi, Japan and Diplomatic Balancing
September 03, 2014
Modi, Japan and Diplomatic Balancing
Fresh from an effusive visit to Japan, Modi now needs to balance New Delhi’s relations with Tokyo and Beijing.
Modi, Japan and Diplomatic Balancing
India-Japan Ties Strengthen
January 21, 2014
India-Japan Ties Strengthen
An upcoming visit by Shinzo Abe to India underscores just how close bilateral relations have become.
India-Japan Ties Strengthen
Ray Mabus
December 04, 2013
Ray Mabus
The Diplomat’s Sergei DeSilva-Ranasinghe spoke with Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus, discussing the current state of the Navy, the implications of the drawdown from Afghanistan, the Indian Ocean’s importance, and other issues
Ray Mabus
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