A new security deal between China and the Solomon Islands is the latest reflection of a global order in flux.
In pursuing a total military overhaul and an aircraft carrier program, President Moon Jae-in is ensuring that South Korea is prepared for the geopolitical uncertainties that lie ahead.
In its competition with the United States, Beijing might be attempting to win without firing a shot.
The Type 075 amphibious assault ship fills a longstanding capability gap of the PLA Navy.
If Beijing is serious about securing the SLOC, the construction of new overseas military bases is a matter of ‘when,’ not ‘if.’
The Abe government has opted for a two-track approach to naval modernization: balance against China’s growing capabilities and escape the military constraints of Japan’s post-war constitution.
Zac and Nick delve into the details of the PLA Navy's rapid rise as a near-peer competitor to the United States, and what this means for US interests in the Asia Pacific.
Naval power has been a key element of great power conflict in the past, and growing hostility between the United States and China won’t prove an exception.
A variety of shared geopolitical interests will bring New Delhi and Washington closer together in the year to come.
In this first article of a new series on claimants in the South China Sea dispute, we examine the historical reasoning, diplomacy, and island-building underpinning China’s claim.