February 13, 2014
How Much Do Strategic Thinkers Affect US Policy Anyway?
By Robert Farley
April 27, 2013
Strategies of Poverty
The Diplomat in partnership with Tufts University hosted a joint panel on U.S. Foreign Policy. Our Naval Diplomat speaks…
January 03, 2013
The Commons: Beijing's "Blue National Soil"
“The commons must remain the commons, lest the system of liberal trade and commerce collapse…”
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.
December 19, 2012
Daniel Inouye, R.I.P.
James Holmes remembers Senator Daniel Inouye of Hawaii.
December 12, 2012
Red Star Over the Atlantic?
Could Chinese naval vessels soon be on patrol in the Atlantic Ocean?
December 04, 2012
Beijing's Goal: A New Normal
By acting as though it exercises jurisdiction over disputed areas, China hopes to create a new status quo.
November 27, 2012
Thucydides, Japan and America
As Tokyo and Washington revise their defense guidelines, a look to one of ancient Greece’s most renowned scholars would be wise.
November 19, 2012
A Clash of Civilizations on the High Seas
“A common civilization is no guarantee of harmony; a different civilization is no guarantee of conflict or war.”
November 15, 2012
What To Fear: China's Strength or Weakness?
The Naval Diplomat’s “Excellent Adventure” at Duke University takes an interesting turn.
November 14, 2012
The Naval Diplomat’s Excellent Adventure: Duke University
The Naval Diplomat gives us his thoughts on China’s Leadership transition from the ‘road.’
September 17, 2012
Visas as Anti-Access Weapons
Are researchers who fear being denied visas to China self-censoring their words in order not to offend?