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China and the World-Island
January 26, 2019

China and the World-Island

By Francis P. Sempa
Today's strategists should keep Mackinder in mind when looking at China's efforts across Eurasia and Africa.

Learning From the Battle of the Spratly Islands
March 20, 2018

Learning From the Battle of the Spratly Islands

By Koh Swee Lean Collin and Ngo Minh Tri
Vietnam fought China in the South China Sea before and it should be ready to do so again.
Tracking Trump's First Trip to Asia, Part 1: Japan and South Korea
November 09, 2017

Tracking Trump's First Trip to Asia, Part 1: Japan and South Korea

By Ankit Panda and Prashanth Parameswaran
How did Trump's first-ever presidential trip to U.S. allies Japan and South Korea go?

Be Honest About the B-21: When Strategic Bombing Works and When It Doesn't
July 20, 2017

Be Honest About the B-21: When Strategic Bombing Works and When It Doesn't

By Robert Farley
Supporting the B-21 Raider means looking back critically at previous strategic bombing failures.

Will a New Washington Naval Treaty Stop the South China Sea Arms Race?
March 23, 2017

Will a New Washington Naval Treaty Stop the South China Sea Arms Race?

By Robert Farley
A contemporary take on the Washington Naval Treaty system has limitations in the South China Sea.

The US-India-Japan Trilateral: Economic Foundation for a Grand Strategy
February 04, 2017

The US-India-Japan Trilateral: Economic Foundation for a Grand Strategy

By Hemal Shah
What happens when the world’s oldest, largest, and most responsible democracies meet?

Steve Bannon, Dharma Warrior: Hindu Scriptures and the Worldview of Trump's Chief Ideologue
February 03, 2017

Steve Bannon, Dharma Warrior: Hindu Scriptures and the Worldview of Trump's Chief Ideologue

By Akhilesh Pillalamarri
Steve Bannon's appreciation for the Bhagavad Gita makes more sense than you might think.
What's All the Buzz About Missile Defense, Anyway?
January 26, 2017

What's All the Buzz About Missile Defense, Anyway?

By Robert Farley
The political landscape for missile defense will likely shift under the Trump administration. How will that play out?

A US Navy Blockade in the South China Sea Is Not Sound Strategy
January 26, 2017

A US Navy Blockade in the South China Sea Is Not Sound Strategy

By Robert Farley
Rex Tillerson's South China Sea comments just don't make strategic sense.

Is This What the Pentagon's 'Third Offset' Has Been Missing All Along?
December 30, 2016

Is This What the Pentagon's 'Third Offset' Has Been Missing All Along?

By Robert Farley
Have changes to the U.S. industrial and technological sector posed new challenges for defense procurement?

Making Missile Defense Work for Japan
October 14, 2016

Making Missile Defense Work for Japan

By Ben Rimland
Ballistic missile defense can work for Japan, but it must be placed in context.
Long Overdue: India and Japan Are Ready for a Full-Fledged Civil Nuclear Deal
September 05, 2016

Long Overdue: India and Japan Are Ready for a Full-Fledged Civil Nuclear Deal

By Satoru Nagao
Tokyo and New Delhi have much to gain and little to lose by signing a civil nuclear agreement.

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