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iCET: Strengthening the India-US Tech Agenda
February 04, 2023

iCET: Strengthening the India-US Tech Agenda

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
The U.S.-India strategic relationship looks to be set on firm footing, with both sides keen to materialize deeper collaboration across defense and critical and emerging technologies.
Spy Balloon Incident Roils China-US Relations Ahead of Blinken Trip
February 03, 2023

Spy Balloon Incident Roils China-US Relations Ahead of Blinken Trip

By Shannon Tiezzi
The U.S. military announced it was tracking a surveillance balloon from China over the continental United States.

What’s Behind Proposed Changes to US Marine Deployments in Okinawa?
February 03, 2023

What’s Behind Proposed Changes to US Marine Deployments in Okinawa?

By Christopher Edward Carroll
Japan and the U.S. are actively taking note of changes in China’s naval and air capabilities in the region and making changes of their own.

Why Has India Missed Deadlines For Fencing the India-Bangladesh Border?
February 03, 2023

Why Has India Missed Deadlines For Fencing the India-Bangladesh Border?

By Rajeev Bhattacharyya
Fencing of the 4,097-km-long border began in 1986 but a 952-km-long stretch remains to be fenced.

The Problem With European Militaries’ Indo-Pacific Push
February 02, 2023

The Problem With European Militaries’ Indo-Pacific Push

By Rupert Schulenburg
The best way Europe can support the U.S. Indo-Pacific strategy is by shoring up European security – and freeing the U.S. to focus on providing security in the Indo-Pacific.
Militant Who Killed 101 at Pakistan Mosque Wore Uniform
February 02, 2023

Militant Who Killed 101 at Pakistan Mosque Wore Uniform

By Riaz Khan
Footage released by police shows the suspected bomber disguised as a policeman walking toward the compound with a motorcycle.

North Korea Reaffirms ‘Nuke for Nuke’ Stance Against US
February 02, 2023

North Korea Reaffirms ‘Nuke for Nuke’ Stance Against US

By Mitch Shin
Two days after the U.S. defense secretary’s visit to Seoul, the North Korean Foreign Ministry’s spokesperson published a statement to denounce Washington’s moves.
Taliban Asks Pakistan Not to Blame Them for Violence at Home
February 02, 2023

Taliban Asks Pakistan Not to Blame Them for Violence at Home

By Rahim Faiez
Earlier Pakistan’s defense minister had blamed Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan for the attack in Peshawar and claimed it operates from Afghanistan.

US, Philippines Agree to Larger American Military Presence
February 02, 2023

US, Philippines Agree to Larger American Military Presence

By Jim Gomez
The two sides have agreed to grant the U.S. armed forces access to four more bases under the 2014 Enhanced Defense Cooperation Agreement.

NATO Chief Wants More Indo-Pacific ‘Friends’ as Russia, China Move Closer
February 02, 2023

NATO Chief Wants More Indo-Pacific ‘Friends’ as Russia, China Move Closer

By Mari Yamaguchi and Haruka Nuga
NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg is visiting Japan and South Korea this week, part of a push to solidify NATO's ties with Indo-Pacific countries.

Austin in Philippines to Discuss Larger US Military Presence
February 01, 2023

Austin in Philippines to Discuss Larger US Military Presence

By Jim Gomez
The U.S. defense chief is the latest senior official to visit the Philippines in a sign of warming ties after a strained period under Marcos's predecessor, Rodrigo Duterte.
Pakistan Scrambles for New Approach Against TTP After Peshawar Attack
February 01, 2023

Pakistan Scrambles for New Approach Against TTP After Peshawar Attack

By Umair Jamal
Islamabad will need to focus on the TTP and the terrorism problem rather than be diverted by provincial elections at this point.

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