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Australian Intelligence: China Poised to Take 'Decisive and Provocative' Action in the South China Sea
April 15, 2016

Australian Intelligence: China Poised to Take 'Decisive and Provocative' Action in the South China Sea

By Carl Thayer
U.S. and Australian intelligence agencies voice concern about China's recent moves in the South China Sea.
Will the Panama Papers Matter for Asian Leaders and Governments?
April 08, 2016

Will the Panama Papers Matter for Asian Leaders and Governments?

By Ankit Panda and Prashanth Parameswaran
Ankit Panda and Prashanth Parameswaran discuss the Panama Papers and U.S. defense policy in the Asia-Pacific.

After Natuna Incident, South China Sea Tensions Likely to Get Worse Before They Get Better
March 22, 2016

After Natuna Incident, South China Sea Tensions Likely to Get Worse Before They Get Better

By Carl Thayer
Indonesia is set to follow a passive and dependent policy in the region.

Argentina Coast Guard Sinks Chinese Fishing Boat
March 16, 2016

Argentina Coast Guard Sinks Chinese Fishing Boat

By Ankit Panda
The Chinese vessel was found in a restricted area and attempted a collision maneuver, according to authorities.

Report: Chinese Coast Guard Vessels Take Over Spratly Island Feature From Philippines
March 02, 2016

Report: Chinese Coast Guard Vessels Take Over Spratly Island Feature From Philippines

By Ankit Panda
Chinese coast guard vessels have expelled Filipino fishermen from Jackson Shoal in the South China Sea.
What Can Asia's Navies Learn From the Era of the Mighty Battleship?
February 25, 2016

What Can Asia's Navies Learn From the Era of the Mighty Battleship?

By Ankit Panda and Prashanth Parameswaran
The Diplomat‘s Ankit Panda and Prashanth Parameswaran speak with Robert Farley about The Battleship Book.

Is India Prepared to Prevent Sea-Borne Terrorist Infiltration?
February 09, 2016

Is India Prepared to Prevent Sea-Borne Terrorist Infiltration?

By Ankit Panda
David Headley's testimony should remind Indian policymakers of the urgency of preventing sea-borne infiltrators.
How Asians Came to See the Seas and Naval Strategy Like the West
December 04, 2015

How Asians Came to See the Seas and Naval Strategy Like the West

By Akhilesh Pillalamarri
Asians' perceptions of seapower have changed over time, but not as much as you'd think.

India Approves Security Pacts With Germany
November 20, 2015

India Approves Security Pacts With Germany

By Ankit Panda
India and Germany make moves, Iran's nuke deal implementation, and resolve in the South China Sea. Security updates.

Why the US Navy's First South China Sea FONOP Wasn't a FONOP
November 04, 2015

Why the US Navy's First South China Sea FONOP Wasn't a FONOP

By Timothy Choi
The USS Lassen may not have actually asserted high seas freedoms around Subi Reef.

The US-China South China Sea Showdown
October 21, 2015

The US-China South China Sea Showdown

By Jeff Smith
U.S. freedom of navigation operations could take the U.S.-China relationship past a point of no return.
Asia’s New Geopolitics Takes Shape Around India, Japan, and Australia
July 28, 2015

Asia’s New Geopolitics Takes Shape Around India, Japan, and Australia

By Harsh V. Pant
Japan, India, and Australia will be instrumental in determining Asia's fate in the 21st century.

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