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Japan’s Plan for a New JGSDF Training Site in Okinawa Stokes Opposition

Japan’s Plan for a New JGSDF Training Site in Okinawa Stokes Opposition

By Takahashi Kosuke
The Ministry of Defense plans to build a new training ground for the Japan Ground Self-Defense Force in the central area of Okinawa's main island.
For China’s Military, 2024 Is the Year of Discipline 

For China’s Military, 2024 Is the Year of Discipline 

By Robert Rust
Corruption and high-level upheaval defined 2023 for the PLA, and will continue to shape the coming year. This merits a closer look at the PLA’s disciplinary practices. 

Is Southern Thailand Moving Toward Peace?

Is Southern Thailand Moving Toward Peace?

By Sebastian Strangio
Zachary Abuza of the National War College discusses the latest developments in long-running peace talks.

Philippines Deploys Warship to Palawan Island, Facing South China Sea

Philippines Deploys Warship to Palawan Island, Facing South China Sea

By Sebastian Strangio
The deployment follows a string of stand-offs between Chinese and Philippine vessels in the disputed seaway.

China-Latin America Space Cooperation: An Overview

China-Latin America Space Cooperation: An Overview

By R. Evan Ellis
As China has increased its political and economic cooperation with Latin America, it has also expanded its space engagement with the region.
Southeast Asia’s Taiwan Scenario Stakes Go Far Beyond US-China Competition

Southeast Asia’s Taiwan Scenario Stakes Go Far Beyond US-China Competition

By Prashanth Parameswaran
Apart from what Beijing or Washington might do or want, future contingencies could include a wide range of actions and responses by regional states.

Why the US and China Should Work Together to Solve the Global Scam Crisis

Why the US and China Should Work Together to Solve the Global Scam Crisis

By Jan Santiago and Alvin Camba
Both nations have a shared interest in cracking down on online "pig butchering schemes." It could show that the two nations can still work together for mutual benefit.
Why Vietnam Cannot Copy the Philippines’ China Policy

Why Vietnam Cannot Copy the Philippines’ China Policy

By Khang Vu
The country's awkward geographic position with China militates against it adopting a strong pro-U.S. orientation.

Indian Ocean Leaders Warn of Threats to Shipping, Stability

Indian Ocean Leaders Warn of Threats to Shipping, Stability

By Grant Wyeth
The more direct, yet undeclared, theme of the Indian Ocean Conference was China.

US Official Warns of China’s Growing Offensive Cyber Power

US Official Warns of China’s Growing Offensive Cyber Power

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
FBI Director Wray, in particular, sounded the alarm about China's targeting of U.S. critical infrastructure for potential cyber attacks.

Myanmar Junta to Begin Enforcing Military Conscription Law

Myanmar Junta to Begin Enforcing Military Conscription Law

By Sebastian Strangio
The move speaks to the military's desperation to replenish its ranks and reverse its recent battlefield losses.
What Does China Think About India’s Increased Anti-Piracy Patrols Amid the Red Sea Crisis?

What Does China Think About India’s Increased Anti-Piracy Patrols Amid the Red Sea Crisis?

By Andrew Orchard
India has deployed a beefed-up naval presence to the western Indian Ocean in response to threats to global shipping. China is not happy about it.

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