US Pacific Commander Says China Seeks to Intimidate Region
By Associated Press
US Submarine Fleet in the Pacific Has New Commander
By Franz-Stefan Gady
RIMPAC and the Politics of Maritime Engagement
By Abhijit Singh
Should America ‘Spread the Theater’ in Asia?
In applying a football metaphor to the Indo-Pacific the US Navy ought to ask itself some hard questions.
The Geopolitics of Hawaii
They aren’t just about sun, fun, and ukuleles. The islands also hold great strategic importance.
Adapting to Change
Massive shocks that shatter outdated ways of transacting business are few and far between.
U.S. Military’s Philippine Woes Mounting
A fallen drone and a grounded minesweeper have created a swirl of controversy.
How Defense Austerity Will Test U.S. Strategy in Asia
Why Washington’s ‘pivot’ to Asia is contingent on making necessary investments in defense.
Strategy for an Unthinkable Conflict
While a U.S.-China clash would be devastating, Offshore Control is the ‘least bad’ option.
Quality, Quantity and Mr. Miyagi
Quality vs. quantity is a classic military debate. In an age of austerity, an unlikely source had some good advice.
Can U.S. Navy Shift to Pacific?
Shifting limited U.S. naval assets into the Pacific makes sense. But that doesn’t mean it will be easy.