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Japan Awards Contract to Shipbuilder JMU for 12 New Offshore Patrol Vessels
July 02, 2022

Japan Awards Contract to Shipbuilder JMU for 12 New Offshore Patrol Vessels

By Kosuke Takahashi
The new ships are supposed to be both more capable and more automated than current vessels.

Can South Korea Bridge NATO and the US Indo-Pacific Strategy?
July 02, 2022

Can South Korea Bridge NATO and the US Indo-Pacific Strategy?

By Sukjoon Yoon
What is the link between the North Atlantic and the Indo-Pacific regions, and what is South Korea’s role in this reimagined security framework?
US-led RIMPAC, World’s Largest Maritime Exercise, Starts Without China or Taiwan
July 01, 2022

US-led RIMPAC, World’s Largest Maritime Exercise, Starts Without China or Taiwan

By Kosuke Takahashi
The exercises kicked off without Taiwan’s participation, despite a push from Congress, while China's previous invitations are a distant memory.

With Kinmen Comments, Ko Wen-je Dives Into Cross-Strait Debate
July 01, 2022

With Kinmen Comments, Ko Wen-je Dives Into Cross-Strait Debate

By Brian Hioe
The Taipei mayor’s embrace of a bridge linking Taiwan’s outlying islands with the Chinese mainland stoked controversy.

South Korea’s Space Program Is a Big Deal
July 01, 2022

South Korea’s Space Program Is a Big Deal

By Andy Hong
The successful launch of the domestically produced Nuri rocket has implications for the nation, the region, and the world.

As Cyber Threats Grow, Indonesia’s Data Protection Efforts Are Falling Short
June 30, 2022

As Cyber Threats Grow, Indonesia’s Data Protection Efforts Are Falling Short

By Estey Chen
Bureaucratic rivalry and overlapping mandates have prevented the country from pushing ahead with a planned data protection bill.

China’s Directed Energy Weapons and Counterspace Applications
June 29, 2022

China’s Directed Energy Weapons and Counterspace Applications

By Oskar Glaese
China's non-kinetic physical anti-satellite weapons, including DEWs, will play a critical part in future warfare.
NATO’s Madrid Summit and the Interlinkages Between European and Asian Security
June 29, 2022

NATO’s Madrid Summit and the Interlinkages Between European and Asian Security

By Ankit Panda and Catherine Putz
Why are the leaders of Australia, New Zealand, South Korea, and Japan heading to a NATO summit?

Australia Foreign Minister Stresses AUKUS Will Not Create Nuclear Weapons
June 29, 2022

Australia Foreign Minister Stresses AUKUS Will Not Create Nuclear Weapons

By Associated Press
“... We are talking about nuclear propulsion, not nuclear weapons,” Australian Foreign Minister Penny Wong said Tuesday.

Tajikistan Lifts Internet Block on GBAO. What’s Next?
June 29, 2022

Tajikistan Lifts Internet Block on GBAO. What’s Next?

By Catherine Putz
As with previous rounds of unrest and crackdown in GBAO, the core issues remain unresolved.

Pakistani Court Sentences Militant Linked to 2008 Mumbai Attacks
June 28, 2022

Pakistani Court Sentences Militant Linked to 2008 Mumbai Attacks

By Munir Ahmed and Asim Tanveer
Sajid Mir's sentencing could be part of part of Pakistan’s efforts to get off the grey list of the Financial Action Task Force.
Indian Experts Want New Delhi to Buy Fewer Arms From Russia (and Everyone Else, Too)
June 27, 2022

Indian Experts Want New Delhi to Buy Fewer Arms From Russia (and Everyone Else, Too)

By Krzysztof Iwanek
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine strengthened many Indian experts’ views on the need for self-reliance in defense production.

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