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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.
With Eye on China, North Korea, Japan's Abe Pursues Record Defense Budget
September 01, 2016

With Eye on China, North Korea, Japan's Abe Pursues Record Defense Budget

By Ankit Panda
Abe's government is seeking a record defense budget -- again.

3 Problems with War and Strategy in Medieval India
August 27, 2016

3 Problems with War and Strategy in Medieval India

By Akhilesh Pillalamarri
Indian armies over the past millennium seemed to have constantly grappled with three primary problems.

The Strategic Lessons of 1944's Battle of the Philippine Sea
August 01, 2016

The Strategic Lessons of 1944's Battle of the Philippine Sea

By Robert Farley
1944’s Battle of Philippine Sea holds some interesting lessons for how we think about military power.

Defeating China's Fortress Fleet and A2/AD Strategy: Lessons for the United States and Her Allies
June 20, 2016

Defeating China's Fortress Fleet and A2/AD Strategy: Lessons for the United States and Her Allies

By James R. Holmes
China's built a fortress fleet to operationalize its A2/AD ambitions. How can the U.S. and her allies counter this?
Will Rodrigo Duterte Improve China-Philippines Relations?
May 12, 2016

Will Rodrigo Duterte Improve China-Philippines Relations?

By Dingding Chen
We don't know yet, but there are signs pointing to a better China-Philippines relationship in the coming years.

How Asians Came to See the Seas and Naval Strategy Like the West
December 04, 2015

How Asians Came to See the Seas and Naval Strategy Like the West

By Akhilesh Pillalamarri
Asians' perceptions of seapower have changed over time, but not as much as you'd think.
Hybrid Warfare With Chinese Characteristics
September 23, 2015

Hybrid Warfare With Chinese Characteristics

By Benjamin David Baker
From Sun Tzu to Xi Jinping: Russia isn’t the only one who knows hybrid warfare.

India Reacts as Military Strategies Collide in the Asia-Pacific
July 18, 2015

India Reacts as Military Strategies Collide in the Asia-Pacific

By Karan Pradhan
India needs to carefully consider its strategic moves in the Asia-Pacific.

Naval Buildups in the South China Sea
July 15, 2015

Naval Buildups in the South China Sea

By Steven Stashwick
Southeast Asian naval capabilities are surging. But how meaningful is that?

Can Fiction Predict the Future of Warfare?
July 07, 2015

Can Fiction Predict the Future of Warfare?

By Franz-Stefan Gady
Perhaps, but more importantly it tells us about how we want the future of war to look like.
Peter W. Singer on Ghost Fleet, China, and Strategy
July 04, 2015

Peter W. Singer on Ghost Fleet, China, and Strategy

By Jack Detsch
Peter W. Singer is co-author of Ghost Fleet, a new novel imagining the next World War.

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