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Pakistan's Army Seeks Greater Authority Over China-Pakistan Economic Corridor Administration
April 20, 2016

Pakistan's Army Seeks Greater Authority Over China-Pakistan Economic Corridor Administration

By Ankit Panda
Meanwhile, Pakistani government officials suggest that Chinese bureaucracy is slowing down CPEC implementation.
What Does Australia's Defense White Paper Actually Say?
March 05, 2016

What Does Australia's Defense White Paper Actually Say?

By Benjamin David Baker
When reading Australia's latest defense white paper, it's prudent to take stock of the greater picture.

Who Is a Terrorist?: Lessons from Thailand and the Philippines
January 13, 2016

Who Is a Terrorist?: Lessons from Thailand and the Philippines

By Patrick Barron
In Thailand and Philippines, it's worth digging into the precise definitions of "terrorism."

Russia Delivers S-300 Missile Defense System to Kazakhstan
December 25, 2015

Russia Delivers S-300 Missile Defense System to Kazakhstan

By Ankit Panda
Plus, the erosion of intel in Afghanistan, Russia's intel sharing with the Taliban, and more defense and security links.

How Will Australia Use Its Massive Warships?
October 20, 2015

How Will Australia Use Its Massive Warships?

By Robert Farley
Australia has some impressive naval hardware. How will it put these ships to work?
Afghanistan: The Next Shanghai Cooperation Organization Member?
October 10, 2015

Afghanistan: The Next Shanghai Cooperation Organization Member?

By Ankit Panda
Afghanistan has formally asked to join the Shanghai Cooperation Organization.

Should the US Navy Sail Within 12 Nautical Miles of China's Fake Islands?
September 14, 2015

Should the US Navy Sail Within 12 Nautical Miles of China's Fake Islands?

By Ankit Panda
Plus, North Korea and the Iran deal, Pakistan and Lashkar-e-Taiba, and more. Must reads.
Enough Is Enough: Pakistan Needs to Change Its Approach to Afghanistan
August 18, 2015

Enough Is Enough: Pakistan Needs to Change Its Approach to Afghanistan

By Aziz Amin Ahmadzai
Pakistan's years of harboring and encouraging terrorism toward Afghanistan must come to an end.

Will Pakistan's Cellphone Biometric Push Pay Counter-Terrorism Dividends?
February 25, 2015

Will Pakistan's Cellphone Biometric Push Pay Counter-Terrorism Dividends?

By Ankit Panda
The Pakistani government is embarking on a major biometric data collection effort to fight terrorism.

4 Ways Conflict Could Develop in East Asia
December 16, 2014

4 Ways Conflict Could Develop in East Asia

By Robert Farley
As you watch East Asia in 2015, keep an eye on these four factors.

Russia in Crimea: When States Act Out of Insecurity
March 15, 2014

Russia in Crimea: When States Act Out of Insecurity

By Ankit Panda
Did Western policymakers in Ukraine forget that security is often the greatest foreign policy motivator?
Nearing A Fait Accompli
April 23, 2013

Nearing A Fait Accompli

“We are approaching a point where…the international community will no longer have any realistic option to veto an Iranian decision to build nuclear weapons.”

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