South China Sea Dispute
What better way for the U.S. to bolster a ‘rules-based international order’ than to join with the 162 other countries that have adopted the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS)?
Chronicling the events that led to the present low point in China-Australia relations.
Three new laws may be planting the seed for ‘hot’ territorial conflicts in the future.
With mounting disputes around the world, the treaty is arguably more important than ever for maritime security.
Exploring the history, composition, and tactics of the ‘little blue men’ of China’s littoral waters – the People’s Armed Forces Maritime Militia.
The tragedy underscores how the Indonesian Navy is struggling to cover the vast expanses of maritime territory it’s tasked with defending.
Only through joint action can France and the UK leverage their full strategic weight in the South China Sea dispute.
The G7’s sprawling new communique portrays the bloc as a democratic bulwark against creeping authoritarianism.
Amid growing calls for a new approach to the challenged posed by China, President Biden has initiated a policy rethink. Here’s what the new US posture might look like.
Recent comments by the US president-elect suggest that Beijing will soon need to grapple with its worst-case scenario.