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Vostok 2018: Russia and China’s Diverging Common Interests
September 17, 2018
Vostok 2018: Russia and China’s Diverging Common Interests
China and Russia are sending a message to the U.S. – and to each other – with their display of military might.
Vostok 2018: Russia and China’s Diverging Common Interests
The Chinese Navy's Growing Anti-Submarine Warfare Capabilities
September 12, 2018
The Chinese Navy's Growing Anti-Submarine Warfare Capabilities
China's Navy has made some rapid advancement in organic anti-submarine capabilities seen aboard its surface fleet.
The Chinese Navy's Growing Anti-Submarine Warfare Capabilities
What’s Next for South Korea's ‘Defense Reform 2.0’ Initiative?
September 07, 2018
What’s Next for South Korea's ‘Defense Reform 2.0’ Initiative?
Moon's plan is primarily concerned with political and social reform, but the military viewpoint must also be taken into account.
What’s Next for South Korea's ‘Defense Reform 2.0’ Initiative?
Japan Gears up for Electronic Warfare
September 05, 2018
Japan Gears up for Electronic Warfare
Japan is going electromagnetic, with implications for Japanese security policy and the U.S. regional strategy.
Japan Gears up for Electronic Warfare
What the New US Nuclear Posture Means for Northeast Asia
August 29, 2018
What the New US Nuclear Posture Means for Northeast Asia
Changes in the 2018 U.S. Nuclear Posture Review could alter the strategic environment in East Asia.
What the New US Nuclear Posture Means for Northeast Asia
Constitutional Revision: A (Tiny) Step Forward for Japan's Self-Defense Forces
August 16, 2018
Constitutional Revision: A (Tiny) Step Forward for Japan's Self-Defense Forces
Abe’s potential constitutional revision is likely to be underwhelming for the JSDF.
Constitutional Revision: A (Tiny) Step Forward for Japan's Self-Defense Forces
In Kashmir, Security Searches Lead to Sexual Abuse
August 13, 2018
In Kashmir, Security Searches Lead to Sexual Abuse
India's renewed Cordon and Search Operations are proving a nightmare for Kashmir's women.
In Kashmir, Security Searches Lead to Sexual Abuse
5 PLA Navy Projects to Watch in the Next 5 Years
August 07, 2018
5 PLA Navy Projects to Watch in the Next 5 Years
Five major Chinese naval projects likely to emerge within the next five years.
5 PLA Navy Projects to Watch in the Next 5 Years
Terrorism in Asia: The Global Village Effect
August 01, 2018
Terrorism in Asia: The Global Village Effect
How extremists in Asia are feeding off each others’ unrelated conflicts.
Terrorism in Asia: The Global Village Effect
RIMPAC Makes Its Mark in Hawaii
July 25, 2018
RIMPAC Makes Its Mark in Hawaii
For some the international military exercises are a highlight; for others they’re a stain on the islands.
RIMPAC Makes Its Mark in Hawaii
Geopolitics and New Zealand’s Antarctic Presence
July 25, 2018
Geopolitics and New Zealand’s Antarctic Presence
New Zealand is increasingly mobilizing resources to secure a share of the Southern continent.
Geopolitics and New Zealand’s Antarctic Presence
Where Are the Chinese People's Liberation Army's Guided Bombs?
July 20, 2018
Where Are the Chinese People's Liberation Army's Guided Bombs?
Why the PLA still lacks widespread deployment of guided direct attack munitions.
Where Are the Chinese People's Liberation Army's Guided Bombs?
Exclusive: Revealing Kangson, North Korea's First Covert Uranium Enrichment Site
July 13, 2018
Exclusive: Revealing Kangson, North Korea's First Covert Uranium Enrichment Site
For more than a decade, North Korea has operated a uranium enrichment site just outside Pyongyang.
Exclusive: Revealing Kangson, North Korea's First Covert Uranium Enrichment Site
China's Island Build-Up: The View From Space
July 11, 2018
China's Island Build-Up: The View From Space
Satellite images reveal the scope of China's expanded presence.
China's Island Build-Up: The View From Space
Kashmir: 2 Years After Burhan Wani
July 10, 2018
Kashmir: 2 Years After Burhan Wani
Burhan Wani's killing sparked an uprising that never really ended.
Kashmir: 2 Years After Burhan Wani
Bangladesh’s Crossfire Doctrine
July 03, 2018
Bangladesh’s Crossfire Doctrine
Extrajudicial killings spike in Bangladesh’s “Duterte style” drug war.
Bangladesh’s Crossfire Doctrine
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