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The Indian Ocean in ASEAN's Future Maritime Discourse
June 11, 2014
The Indian Ocean in ASEAN's Future Maritime Discourse
ASEAN must prioritize its Indian Ocean strategy if it is to ensure regional security.
The Indian Ocean in ASEAN's Future Maritime Discourse
Shared Energy Interests an Opportunity for Sino-Indian Cooperation
May 23, 2014
Shared Energy Interests an Opportunity for Sino-Indian Cooperation
China and India have a shared interest in securing energy supplies. Could they work together?
Shared Energy Interests an Opportunity for Sino-Indian Cooperation
US, Japan to Boost ASEAN Maritime Security
April 30, 2014
US, Japan to Boost ASEAN Maritime Security
Hidden in the U.S.-Japan joint statement was a pledge to help Southeast Asia enhance its maritime surveillance.
US, Japan to Boost ASEAN Maritime Security
China’s Newest Maritime Dispute
March 20, 2014
China’s Newest Maritime Dispute
China's hardly in need of more territorial disputes with neighbors. Yet, it has started a new one with Indonesia.
China’s Newest Maritime Dispute
Troubled Waters: Indonesia’s Growing Maritime Disputes
February 19, 2014
Troubled Waters: Indonesia’s Growing Maritime Disputes
Indonesia has become embroiled in maritime disputes with neighbors like Singapore, Australia, and Papua New Guinea.
Troubled Waters: Indonesia’s Growing Maritime Disputes
Blue Means Blue: China’s Naval Ambitions
January 07, 2014
Blue Means Blue: China’s Naval Ambitions
Numerous articles in Chinese state media suggest it has an ambitious agenda for its navy.
Blue Means Blue: China’s Naval Ambitions
How a Thai Canal Could Transform Southeast Asia
December 01, 2013
How a Thai Canal Could Transform Southeast Asia
An idea to build a canal through southern Thailand could have broad geopolitical ramifications.
How a Thai Canal Could Transform Southeast Asia
“Batman Suparman” Jailed in Singapore for Theft, Trespassing
November 12, 2013
“Batman Suparman” Jailed in Singapore for Theft, Trespassing
Also: Pirates hijack tanker off Malaysian coast, Cambodia and Thailand’s temple row.
“Batman Suparman” Jailed in Singapore for Theft, Trespassing
ReCAAPing Asia's Fight Against Pirates
November 02, 2013
ReCAAPing Asia's Fight Against Pirates
ReCAAP is Asia’s mechanism to fight maritime piracy and an example of successful multilateralism.
ReCAAPing Asia's Fight Against Pirates
Can India Blockade China?
August 12, 2013
Can India Blockade China?
Indian strategic circles are having an important debate on the virtues of sea power versus land power.
Can India Blockade China?
Indonesia’s Submarine Doctrine Explained
July 19, 2013
Indonesia’s Submarine Doctrine Explained
RSIS’s Koh Swee Lean Collin gives The Diplomat the lowdown on TNI-AL’s expanding subsurface fleet.
Indonesia’s Submarine Doctrine Explained
The Submarine Race in the Malaccan Strait
July 16, 2013
The Submarine Race in the Malaccan Strait
The Strait of Malacca’s littoral states-Singapore, Malaysia, and Indonesia-all operate underwater fleets.
The Submarine Race in the Malaccan Strait
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