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Japan, Quad 3.0, and the Thucydides Trap in the Indo-Pacific
November 29, 2022

Japan, Quad 3.0, and the Thucydides Trap in the Indo-Pacific

By Daisuke Akimoto
The Thucydides trap cannot be overlooked in considering Japan’s national security strategy in conjunction with the Quad as well as the Japan-U.S. alliance.
Pakistan Taliban Ends Ceasefire With Govt, Vows New Attacks
November 29, 2022

Pakistan Taliban Ends Ceasefire With Govt, Vows New Attacks

By Munir Ahmed
The announcement came a day before General Asim Munir takes charge as army chief.

Philippines Commissions New Gunboats, Plans on Acquiring 15 More
November 29, 2022

Philippines Commissions New Gunboats, Plans on Acquiring 15 More

By Sebastian Strangio
The Philippine navy chief said that the country plans to procure 15 more Shaldag Mark V gunboats, in addition to the nine it has already ordered.

New US Export Controls Need Allied Support
November 29, 2022

New US Export Controls Need Allied Support

By Hannah Kelley
Stockpiles of wrongs don’t make a human right.

Kim Jong Un Emphasizes Nuclear Development as North Korea’s ‘Ultimate Goal’
November 28, 2022

Kim Jong Un Emphasizes Nuclear Development as North Korea’s ‘Ultimate Goal’

By Mitch Shin
Kim continues to double down on the importance of the nuclear program for his country.
Indian Intelligence Official Anand Arni on Pakistan’s New Army Chief Gen Asim Munir
November 28, 2022

Indian Intelligence Official Anand Arni on Pakistan’s New Army Chief Gen Asim Munir

By Sudha Ramachandran
“If Gen. Munir keeps Lt. Gen. Nadeem Anjum on in the post of DG-ISI, then it could signal warmer ties with the U.S.”

North Korea’s Kim Yo Jong Slams Sanctions Measures
November 25, 2022

North Korea’s Kim Yo Jong Slams Sanctions Measures

By Mitch Shin
After Kim’s statement belittling Yoon in August, this was her second discourteous statement toward the South Korean president.
India and ASEAN Upgrade Their Partnership
November 25, 2022

India and ASEAN Upgrade Their Partnership

By Rathindra Kuruwita
As comprehensive security partners, they can be expected to engage in deeper cooperation relating to maritime security and disaster risk reduction.

Space and Technology Were Big Winners at China’s 20th Party Congress
November 23, 2022

Space and Technology Were Big Winners at China’s 20th Party Congress

By Namrata Goswami
China’s top leadership changes reflect the prioritization of space, science, and technology.

Blue-ribbon Panel Urges Japan to Develop Counterstrike Capabilities
November 23, 2022

Blue-ribbon Panel Urges Japan to Develop Counterstrike Capabilities

By Takahashi Kosuke
The Japanese defense ministry estimates that Tokyo will need to spend 48 trillion yen on defense over the next five years if it wants to achieve its security goals.

Dawn of the Drone Age in Central Asia
November 23, 2022

Dawn of the Drone Age in Central Asia

By Francisco Olmos
Central Asian countries have been stepping up their drone capabilities.
Thailand’s Navy Chief Says Country Could Cancel Chinese Sub Contract
November 23, 2022

Thailand’s Navy Chief Says Country Could Cancel Chinese Sub Contract

By Sebastian Strangio
The disagreement over the choice of propulsion system continues to dog the controversial and costly deal.

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