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After Brexit: Global Britain Plots Course to Return to the Far East
January 17, 2019

After Brexit: Global Britain Plots Course to Return to the Far East

By Carl Thayer
A post-Brexit Britain will double down on the Asia-Pacific.

The Missing Ingredient for a 355-Ship US Navy
May 29, 2018

The Missing Ingredient for a 355-Ship US Navy

By Robert Farley
What will it take for the U.S. Navy to get to 355 ships?
US Navy and Marine Corps Preparing for Combat in the Littoral
April 28, 2017

US Navy and Marine Corps Preparing for Combat in the Littoral

By Steven Stashwick
New war-fighting concepts enable a "denial" strategy against China.

Why Vietnam Has Turned Its Strategic Attention to the Sea
January 08, 2017

Why Vietnam Has Turned Its Strategic Attention to the Sea

By Robert Farley
Vietnam's strategic turn toward the South China Sea presents a series of challenges for the country's defense planners.

Keeping China’s Aircraft Carriers in Perspective
January 03, 2017

Keeping China’s Aircraft Carriers in Perspective

By Eric Gomez
China’s investment in aircraft carriers will take a great deal of time and money to reach its full potential.

A US Navy With 350 Ships... But What For?
November 22, 2016

A US Navy With 350 Ships... But What For?

By Robert Farley
What would the United States use 350 ships for if not its obligations to global order?

Defeating China's Fortress Fleet and A2/AD Strategy: Lessons for the United States and Her Allies
June 20, 2016

Defeating China's Fortress Fleet and A2/AD Strategy: Lessons for the United States and Her Allies

By James R. Holmes
China's built a fortress fleet to operationalize its A2/AD ambitions. How can the U.S. and her allies counter this?
Can India Counter China’s Submarine Force?
May 08, 2016

Can India Counter China’s Submarine Force?

By Pushan Das
Is the Indian Navy ready for the challenges posed by increased Chinese activity in the Indian Ocean?

The Bear Returns to the South Pacific: Russia Sends Arms to Fiji
April 09, 2016

The Bear Returns to the South Pacific: Russia Sends Arms to Fiji

By Roman Madaus
Could Russian arms shipments to Fiji mark incipient great power competition in the region?

US Navy: China and Russia ‘Focused on Taking the Lead’
January 06, 2016

US Navy: China and Russia ‘Focused on Taking the Lead’

By Franz-Stefan Gady
In a new document, the Chief of Naval Operations outlines challenges the U.S. Navy will be facing in the 21st century.

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.
America's Aircraft Carrier Challenge
July 10, 2015

America's Aircraft Carrier Challenge

By Robert Farley
The United States may operate 10 carriers, but it doesn't do so at the same time.

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