US Navy Begins Design Evaluation for New Sub-Tracking Ships
By Steven Stashwick
The new ocean surveillance ships are expected to begin entering the fleet in 2025.
US, Chinese Military Aircraft See Close Encounter Over South China Sea
By Ankit Panda
The incident reportedly took place in airspace near Scarborough Shoal.
Freedom of Navigation and China: What Should Europe Do?
By Edward Schwarck
It is in Europe’s interests to join in defending the concept of freedom of navigation.
China's RIMPAC Spying: Having Your Cake and Eating It Too
By Shannon Tiezzi
China's RIMPAC surveillance reveals a troubling disconnect in its interpretation of freedom of navigation.
The Commons: Beijing's "Blue National Soil"
“The commons must remain the commons, lest the system of liberal trade and commerce collapse…”