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Is the US Navy Too Weak to Fight in the Asia-Pacific?
October 22, 2015
Is the US Navy Too Weak to Fight in the Asia-Pacific?
The U.S. Navy’s 30-year shipbuilding plan does not meet requirements for amphibious warfare in the Pacific.
Is the US Navy Too Weak to Fight in the Asia-Pacific?
Toward a Stronger US-Japan Alliance
April 28, 2015
Toward a Stronger US-Japan Alliance
The United States' alliance with Japan can grow stronger still.
Toward a Stronger US-Japan Alliance
The United States' New Maritime Strategy: A Quick Look
March 14, 2015
The United States' New Maritime Strategy: A Quick Look
The document emphatically stresses the need for a fleet of at least 300 ships.
The United States' New Maritime Strategy: A Quick Look
Overstating the China Threat?
April 10, 2014
Overstating the China Threat?
Calls for substantial new investments in U.S. military hardware seem a little hasty.
Overstating the China Threat?
A HASC Chairman for the Asian Century
February 11, 2014
A HASC Chairman for the Asian Century
J. Randy Forbes is the best choice for the next Chairman of the House Armed Services Committee.
A HASC Chairman for the Asian Century
The Interview: Congressman J. Randy Forbes
December 10, 2012
The Interview: Congressman J. Randy Forbes
Will the “fiscal cliff” impact the rebalance to Asia? Are aircraft carriers obsolete? Can the U.S. build strong partnerships in the Indo-Pacific?
The Interview: Congressman J. Randy Forbes
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