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US Welcomes China’s RIMPAC Spying
July 30, 2014

US Welcomes China’s RIMPAC Spying

By Zachary Keck
The top U.S. military leader in the Pacific sees a silver lining in China’s military surveillance of RIMPAC.
China’s Military Diplomacy Heats Up
July 25, 2014

China’s Military Diplomacy Heats Up

By Zachary Keck
The last week has seen China engage in a ferocious amount of military diplomacy.

RIMPAC and the Politics of Maritime Engagement
July 22, 2014

RIMPAC and the Politics of Maritime Engagement

By Abhijit Singh
Both India and China have had strong strategic motives for taking part in RIMPAC this year.

China Is Spying on RIMPAC
July 20, 2014

China Is Spying on RIMPAC

By Zachary Keck
Despite being a participant in RIMPAC, China has sent an electronic surveillance ship to spy on the maritime exercise.

Beyond RIMPAC: 3 Ways to Engage China on Security
July 02, 2014

Beyond RIMPAC: 3 Ways to Engage China on Security

By Natalie Sambhi & Nicole Yeo
China’s participation in RIMPAC is a good start. Now, the goal must be to sustain and expand security cooperation.
China’s Media Endorses RIMPAC (Well, Sort Of)
June 27, 2014

China’s Media Endorses RIMPAC (Well, Sort Of)

By Zachary Keck
A Global Times editorial endorses RIMPAC and Sino-U.S. military cooperation, but it isn’t happy about it.

Rear Admiral Tim Barrett
March 30, 2014

Rear Admiral Tim Barrett

By Serge DeSilva-Ranasinghe
The Diplomat speaks with Rear Admiral Tim Barrett about The Royal Australian Navy’s strategic posture in the region, concerns about regional flashpoints, relations with China’s navy, and numerous other issues.
Ray Mabus
December 04, 2013

Ray Mabus

By Sergei DeSilva-Ranasinghe
The Diplomat’s Sergei DeSilva-Ranasinghe spoke with Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus, discussing the current state of the Navy, the implications of the drawdown from Afghanistan, the Indian Ocean’s importance, and other issues

Vietnam Gradually Warms Up to US Military
November 06, 2013

Vietnam Gradually Warms Up to US Military

The gradual evolution of U.S.-Vietnamese political and defense ties reflects Hanoi’s caution.

Why South Korea’s Building an Impressive Navy
October 24, 2013

Why South Korea’s Building an Impressive Navy

Some argue the ROK Navy’s rising power is pointless. But there are multiple purposes to navies.

A New Type of US-China Military Relationship
September 11, 2013

A New Type of US-China Military Relationship

Growing exchanges and a U.S. desire to cooperate suggest a policy of engagement, rather than containment.

China Says it’s Building More Aircraft Carriers and Ballistic Missiles
September 04, 2013

China Says it’s Building More Aircraft Carriers and Ballistic Missiles

Plus, Japan’s Ground Self Defense Forces will participate in RIMPAC for 1st time. Wednesday defense links.

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