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Modernizing the Philippine Military
August 22, 2013

Modernizing the Philippine Military

President Benigno Aquino has called for an upgrading of the nation’s armed forces. That’s easier said than done.

Kashmir Tensions Mount
August 20, 2013

Kashmir Tensions Mount

Continuing attacks and intensifying rhetoric are placing India-Pakistan relations under growing pressure.

“Victory Without Bloodshed”: China’s India Strategy
August 20, 2013

“Victory Without Bloodshed”: China’s India Strategy

“Subduing India, preferably without striking a blow, remains a major Chinese policy objective.”

Cyber Security in South Korea: The Threat Within
August 19, 2013

Cyber Security in South Korea: The Threat Within

Authorities blame North Korea for recent attacks. Evidence suggests they should look closer to home.

China’s “Warfare” Strategies and Tactics
August 18, 2013

China’s “Warfare” Strategies and Tactics

China employs military actions to achieve political outcomes in territorial disputes. Understanding them is important if conflict is to be avoided.

India’s Growing Military Diplomacy
August 16, 2013

India’s Growing Military Diplomacy

As part of its Look East policy, India has been boosting military ties throughout East Asia.

Xi Jinping’s Overlooked Revelation on China’s Maritime Disputes
August 15, 2013

Xi Jinping’s Overlooked Revelation on China’s Maritime Disputes

Although unnoticed by foreign analysts, Xi Jinping recently signaled a desire to dial back tensions in the South and East China Seas.

Reaffirming India’s South China Sea Credentials
August 14, 2013

Reaffirming India’s South China Sea Credentials

India’s strategic relevance in Asia will be increasingly determined by its maritime role.

China’s Emerging C4ISR Revolution
August 13, 2013

China’s Emerging C4ISR Revolution

The PLA has made remarkable strides in its systems and capabilities. But operational challenges remain.

South Korea: Who Should Have Wartime Command?
August 12, 2013

South Korea: Who Should Have Wartime Command?

By Robert E. Kelly
The saga over U.S. OPCON – wartime control of the South Korean military – continues.

Global Primacy Denied? Why American Primacy Is Not Assured
August 11, 2013

Global Primacy Denied? Why American Primacy Is Not Assured

The Naval Diplomat enters the U.S. supremacy vs. offshore balancing debate.

Japan and the UK: Ties That Bind?
August 09, 2013

Japan and the UK: Ties That Bind?

The bilateral security relationship has seen a flurry of activity of late. But what will come of it?

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