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South China Sea: US, China Tussle Over Military Overflight
August 28, 2018

South China Sea: US, China Tussle Over Military Overflight

By Ankit Panda
The United States continues to highlight Chinese rule-breaking in the South China Sea.

US Navy Orders 20 New Anti-Submarine Warfare Planes
February 01, 2016

US Navy Orders 20 New Anti-Submarine Warfare Planes

By Franz-Stefan Gady
The contract covers 16 new aircraft for the U.S. Navy and four aircraft for the Royal Australian Air Force.
US and South Korea Conduct Anti-Submarine Warfare Drill
June 12, 2015

US and South Korea Conduct Anti-Submarine Warfare Drill

By Franz-Stefan Gady
The biennially held 'Silent Shark 2015' naval exercise is taking place from June 8-12 in the Philippine Sea.

No, Malaysia Would Never Host a US Spy Base
September 19, 2014

No, Malaysia Would Never Host a US Spy Base

By Dzirhan Mahadzir
The notion that Malaysia may offer the U.S. Navy a base for surveillance aircraft is laughable.

Will Malaysia Host US Spy Planes?
September 16, 2014

Will Malaysia Host US Spy Planes?

By Shannon Tiezzi
Adm. Jonathan Greenert indicated that Malaysia offered to host U.S. spy planes.

US, China Trade Barbs Over Surveillance Flights
September 10, 2014

US, China Trade Barbs Over Surveillance Flights

By Zachary Keck
The U.S. and China remain at an impasse over America's surveillance flights near China's coasts.

Of Course States Spy on States
September 08, 2014

Of Course States Spy on States

By Butch Bracknell
They would be delinquent in their sovereignty if they didn’t.
China’s War on Maritime Law
September 04, 2014

China’s War on Maritime Law

By James R. Holmes
China is using language to quietly redefine international maritime law.

China's Next Air Intercept Could Be Even Closer
August 29, 2014

China's Next Air Intercept Could Be Even Closer

By Shannon Tiezzi
Air intercepts, the Nicaragua Canal, and a military training session gone bad: Your Friday China links.

Responding to China’s Air Intercept
August 27, 2014

Responding to China’s Air Intercept

By Ryan Santicola
The US response to the recent intercept is important in the context of the safety and freedom of international airspace.

Chinese Air Force Pilots Are Not Going Rogue
August 27, 2014

Chinese Air Force Pilots Are Not Going Rogue

By Zachary Keck
The U.S. has a dangerous tendency of excusing Chinese aggression by blaming it on rogue PLA members.
China Calls US Intercept Complaint ‘Totally Groundless’
August 24, 2014

China Calls US Intercept Complaint ‘Totally Groundless’

By Zachary Keck
China blamed the U.S. for what Washington called a "dangerous intercept" of one of its spy planes.

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