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The British Royal Navy Will Send a Frigate to the South China Sea
February 15, 2018
The British Royal Navy Will Send a Frigate to the South China Sea
A Royal Navy frigate will transit the South China Sea to spotlight freedom of navigation.
The British Royal Navy Will Send a Frigate to the South China Sea
China Unveils New Unmanned Surface Vehicle, Claimed to Be the World's Fastest
December 18, 2017
China Unveils New Unmanned Surface Vehicle, Claimed to Be the World's Fastest
Researchers claim the Tianxing-1 is the world's fastest unmanned surface vehicle.
China Unveils New Unmanned Surface Vehicle, Claimed to Be the World's Fastest
What the US Can Learn From Its Own History About a Naval Logistics Agreement With India
May 23, 2016
What the US Can Learn From Its Own History About a Naval Logistics Agreement With India
How would the United States have seen LEMOA 69 years out from its independence?
What the US Can Learn From Its Own History About a Naval Logistics Agreement With India
Dreadnought 2050: Is This the Battleship of the Future?
September 07, 2015
Dreadnought 2050: Is This the Battleship of the Future?
The Royal Navy came up with a sleek concept for a future warship.
Dreadnought 2050: Is This the Battleship of the Future?
Japan Seeks To Export its New Sub-Hunting Plane
July 09, 2015
Japan Seeks To Export its New Sub-Hunting Plane
Tokyo has ambitions to become a global supplier of military hardware.
Japan Seeks To Export its New Sub-Hunting Plane
Navies of the World: The Royal Navy in the Pacific
May 28, 2014
Navies of the World: The Royal Navy in the Pacific
The Naval Diplomat begins his series on middle power navies in the Indo-Pacific with the United Kingdom
Navies of the World: The Royal Navy in the Pacific
Does China Accept America’s Mastery of the Seas?
November 09, 2013
Does China Accept America’s Mastery of the Seas?
The Naval Diplomat took part in a conference today. Here’s what he said.
Does China Accept America’s Mastery of the Seas?
The Austere Path to Naval Supremacy
September 17, 2013
The Austere Path to Naval Supremacy
A new article outlines how the US can regain and extend its edge in sea combat, and do so on the cheap.
The Austere Path to Naval Supremacy
September 10, 2013
“Don't Give Up the Ship,” 200 Years On
Today marks the bicentennial of the Battle of Lake Erie, and Americans still struggle with geography.
“Don't Give Up the Ship,” 200 Years On
Will the Peace Dividend Sink the US Fleet?
June 14, 2013
Will the Peace Dividend Sink the US Fleet?
With the benefits of supremacy remote, and the costs of a navy immediate, it’s difficult to sustain a fleet in peacetime.
Will the Peace Dividend Sink the US Fleet?
When Hollywood Gets Seapower Right
June 03, 2013
When Hollywood Gets Seapower Right
The Naval Diplomat recounts three enduring lessons from one of his favorite films, Master and Commander.
When Hollywood Gets Seapower Right
What To Fear: China's Strength or Weakness?
November 15, 2012
What To Fear: China's Strength or Weakness?
The Naval Diplomat’s “Excellent Adventure” at Duke University takes an interesting turn.
What To Fear: China's Strength or Weakness?
The Land, The Sea, and History
July 25, 2012
The Land, The Sea, and History
What does history tell us about who becomes a land-based power or commands the high seas?
The Land, The Sea, and History
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