Why Southeast Asian Nations Must Do More to Protect Their Critical Maritime Infrastructure
By Christian Bueger
The region's maritime, cyber, and energy security policies have not yet fully taken maritime infrastructure into account.
Finding a Goldilocks Moment for India in the U.S.-China Subsea Cables Race
By Radhey Tambi and Aishwarya Acharya
India’s capacity to produce fiber cables, paired with U.S. capability to lay them on the seabed, presents a prime opportunity for New Delhi.
The Weakest Link: Securing Critical Undersea Infrastructure in ASEAN
By Lucas Snarski
The lack of a regional plan for securing this vital infrastructure leaves Southeast Asian nations vulnerable to disruptions, accidental and otherwise.