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How Would India Respond in a Taiwan Contingency?

How Would India Respond in a Taiwan Contingency?

By Jagannath Panda
As bilateral ties strengthen, will India disrupt its ambiguous Taiwan policy?

China Looks to Ukraine War for Guidance on Attack Helicopters

China Looks to Ukraine War for Guidance on Attack Helicopters

By Lyle Goldstein and Nathan Waechter
With respect to Russian airpower, Chinese strategists continue to be quite fixated on Russian attack helicopter operations in Ukraine.
Indonesia and Australia Move Toward ‘Significant’ Security Agreement

Indonesia and Australia Move Toward ‘Significant’ Security Agreement

By Andi Jatmiko and Niniek Karmini
The announcement followed talks between Australian Defense Minister Richard Marles and his Indonesian counterpart Prabowo Subianto.

Riots, Tribal Clash, Fuel Shortage: Papua New Guinea’s Many Crises

Riots, Tribal Clash, Fuel Shortage: Papua New Guinea’s Many Crises

Douveri Henao, CEO and founder of Legacy Group, discusses the situation in PNG and how the country can overcome.

The Philippines’ Transparency Over the South China Sea: Quo Vadis?

The Philippines’ Transparency Over the South China Sea: Quo Vadis?

By Huynh Tam Sang
Manila's transparency strategy needs to go beyond “name and shame” campaigns.

China’s Security Engagement in Latin America and the Caribbean

China’s Security Engagement in Latin America and the Caribbean

By R. Evan Ellis
An overview of the characteristics and trends in China’s security engagement in the region, and how it is evolving.

Most Experts Agree: China Isn’t About to Invade Taiwan

Most Experts Agree: China Isn’t About to Invade Taiwan

By Alexis von Sydow
A new report from the Swedish National China Centre finds that forecasts consistently rate the risk of armed conflict in the Taiwan strait as low.
Fratricidal Jihad: Assessing the Central Asian ISKP Attacks on Turkey

Fratricidal Jihad: Assessing the Central Asian ISKP Attacks on Turkey

By Uran Botobekov
Due to linguistic, religious, and cultural commonalities, members of the Islamic State and al-Qaida from Central Asia can often bypass security filters in the wider Turkic world.

The Deadly Border Between Bangladesh and India

The Deadly Border Between Bangladesh and India

By Saqlain Rizve
The two nations are friendly neighbors. Why, then, do Indian troops so frequently use lethal force along the border? 

Online Dump of Chinese Hacking Documents Offers Rare Window Into Pervasive State Surveillance

Online Dump of Chinese Hacking Documents Offers Rare Window Into Pervasive State Surveillance

By Frank Bajak and Dake Kang
The documents, purportedly from the private security firm I-Soon, discuss hacking activity and tools to spy on both Chinese and foreigners.

India and the Red Sea Imbroglio

India and the Red Sea Imbroglio

By Anil Golani and Radhey Tambi
India, with its traditionally close ties with Iran and its increasing influence in the region, may have a role to play in alleviating the present crisis.  
A China-Russia Arctic Alliance? Not So Fast.

A China-Russia Arctic Alliance? Not So Fast.

By Marc Lanteigne
Despite lofty declarations of mutual interests in the Arctic, there have been significant cracks in this regional relationship. 

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