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Japan, UK to Collaborate on Future Fighter Sensor Development
February 18, 2022

Japan, UK to Collaborate on Future Fighter Sensor Development

By Kosuke Takahashi
The deal is just the latest in a string of defense projects undertaken by the “quasi-alliance.”

Indonesia’s $22 Billion Purchases of US, French Fighter Jets: How Russia’s Su-35 Lost Out
February 12, 2022

Indonesia’s $22 Billion Purchases of US, French Fighter Jets: How Russia’s Su-35 Lost Out

By A. B. Abrams
Indonesia’s about-face from a deal with Russia to new purchase agreements with the U.S. and France highlights the potency of U.S. sanctions.
Indonesia Finalizes Major Jet Fighter Purchases From US, France
February 11, 2022

Indonesia Finalizes Major Jet Fighter Purchases From US, France

By Sebastian Strangio
The two purchases reflect both the ambition of Indonesia's defense modernization plans and its promiscuous approach to procurements.

US Strategists on the Advantages and Limitations of Sea Power
February 10, 2022

US Strategists on the Advantages and Limitations of Sea Power

By Francis P. Sempa
Most of U.S. assets and allies in the Asia-Pacific are maritime-based. History suggests that won’t be enough to overcome China’s continental advantage.

F-15 Crash Highlights Japan’s Aging Aircraft
February 04, 2022

F-15 Crash Highlights Japan’s Aging Aircraft

By Kosuke Takahashi
The incident casts a shadow on the pace of Japan’s F-15 upgrade program.

A Primer on North Korea’s Hwasong-12 ‘Guam Killer’ Ballistic Missile
February 01, 2022

A Primer on North Korea’s Hwasong-12 ‘Guam Killer’ Ballistic Missile

By A.B. Abrams
After a five-year pause, why is North Korea’s Hwasong-12 back in testing?

Can the Philippines’ BrahMos Missiles Really Deter China?
January 27, 2022

Can the Philippines’ BrahMos Missiles Really Deter China?

By Ben Ho
Technological limitations on Manila’s end will limit the missile’s range – and its deterrent factor.
Is ‘AUKUS Plus’ a Viable Option?
January 26, 2022

Is ‘AUKUS Plus’ a Viable Option?

By Jagannath Panda
The absence of an Asian voice in an Indo-Pacific security alliance does not bode well. How can AUKUS include other states?

Can Bakamla Be at the Forefront of Indonesia’s Natuna Sea Strategy?
January 21, 2022

Can Bakamla Be at the Forefront of Indonesia’s Natuna Sea Strategy?

By Dedi Dinarto
Scarce resources and inter-agency disputes have hamstrung the development of the Indonesian Maritime Security Agency.

The Strategic Logic Behind India’s Sale of BrahMos Missiles to the Philippines
January 21, 2022

The Strategic Logic Behind India’s Sale of BrahMos Missiles to the Philippines

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
The strategic aspects of the BrahMos sale and India’s assistance to Southeast Asian countries should not be minimized.

Philippines Confirms Purchase of BrahMos Supersonic Missile System
January 14, 2022

Philippines Confirms Purchase of BrahMos Supersonic Missile System

By Sebastian Strangio
The long-expected acquisition marks the latest evolution of Southeast Asia's naval arms competition.
Mongolia’s Female Peacekeepers: A Case Study for Gender Parity
January 13, 2022

Mongolia’s Female Peacekeepers: A Case Study for Gender Parity

By Bolor Lkhaajav and Bolor Ganbold
The U.N. has set a goal of full gender parity in peacekeeping operations. The experience of Mongolian women shows both the progress made and the serious challenges that remain.

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