India, Japan, and the United States are all after the same thing in Malabar 2017: a bigger presence in the Indian Ocean.
What do recent Malabar 2017 naval exercises mean for Japan-India maritime ties?
Vietnam has been boosting its A2/AD capabilities in the context of the South China Sea dispute. But how will they stand up to non-conventional threats?
The time is right for a new beginning in Taiwan-Japan relations.
Vietnam Influences China’s Quiet Legal Compliance in South China Sea Dispute
James Borton & Tai Van Ta
China might actually be quietly complying with a recent international court decision on the South China Sea dispute.
After a long lull in the Diaoyu/Senkaku Islands dispute, the issue appears to be heating up once again.
The geopolitical order is changing, and Washington should take heed.
President Obama’s upcoming visit to Vietnam reflects how the South China Sea dispute has made unlikely allies out of the two countries.
Last week’s military parade hammered home an uncomfortable truth for the Pentagon: the PLA Navy’s anti-access capabilities are strong and getting stronger.