Japan Fears Growing Threat From North Korea’s Latest Spy Satellite
By Thisanka Siripala
Japan goes back to the drawing board to tackle North Korea’s spy satellite and advancing nuclear weapons program.
How Are Central Asian Jihadi Groups Exploiting the Israel-Hamas War?
By Uran Botobekov
Central Asian Islamists lack the capability to translate rhetoric into operational attacks, but they are capitalizing on the resumption of conflict in the Middle East to enhance recruitment and financing efforts.
What Do We Know About India’s Assassination Program?
Journalist Siddharthya Roy discusses the allegations of India's extraterritorial assassination program, and why the latest indictment is an "absolute game changer."
Managing Dissent Within: The Taliban Way
By Shanthie Mariet D’Souza
The hardliners within the Taliban have consolidated their position, and the specter of the group’s implosion seems improbable in the near term.
1 Dead, 7 Missing After US Military Osprey Aircraft Crashes off SW Japan
By Takahashi Kosuke
Japan requested U.S. Forces Japan ground Osprey transport aircraft, and the JGSDF grounded its own Ospreys amid U.S. Air Force safety concerns.
PALM10: Japan’s Chance to Engage With Pacific Island Countries
By Mina Pollmann
As China attempts to increase its influence over the PICs, Japan must marshal a strategic response that connects these states to its broader objectives in the Indo-Pacific.
US Authorities Charge Man From India in Plot to Kill Sikh Separatist Leader in New York City
By Larry Neumeister and Ashok Sharma
Indian national Nikhil Gupta faces murder-for-hire charges over an alleged plot to kill Gurpatwant Singh Pannun, a U.S. citizen and leading organizer of the Khalistan referendum.
India Deepens Defense Ties with the West, But Criticism of Russia Remains Unlikely
By Vladimira Lickova
Even as New Delhi seeks diversification in its defense relationships, and deepening ties with the West, India’s neutral position on the war in Ukraine is consistent and unlikely to change.
North Korea Successfully Launched Its Military Spy Satellite. What Now?
By Nah Liang Tuang
North Korea’s successful launch of a spy satellite will necessitate active counter-measures from the United States and its allies.
Myanmar Resistance Alliance Claims Capture of Fourth China Border Gate
By Sebastian Strangio
The capture of the Kyin San Kyawt border gate came as the Chinese military launched live-fire drills along the two countries' border.
What Was in the Now-Scrapped Inter-Korea Military Agreement?
By Soyoung Kim
What is the Comprehensive Military Agreement (CMA), why has it been scrapped, and what are the implications?
Australia-Philippines Launch Joint Naval Patrol in South China Sea
By Grant Wyeth
The recent joint patrol is another sign that Beijing's attempts at intimidation in will not be submitted to – not by the Philippines and not by Australia.