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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.
South Korea’s Naval Shipbuilders Are Stepping Up in Southeast Asia
January 11, 2022

South Korea’s Naval Shipbuilders Are Stepping Up in Southeast Asia

By James Guild
Unresolved disputes have prompted the region to look to Seoul to acquire stronger maritime deterrents.

Bangladesh, Turkey Sign New Security and Counterterrorism Deal
January 11, 2022

Bangladesh, Turkey Sign New Security and Counterterrorism Deal

By Ozair Islam
The MoU takes a longstanding but low-key partnership to a new level.

Toward a Quadrilateral Intelligence Sharing Network?
January 07, 2022

Toward a Quadrilateral Intelligence Sharing Network?

By Ariel Stenek
Is the time ripe for the U.S. to formalize an intelligence-sharing network with Quad partners Australia, Japan, and India?

Why Indonesia Needs to Expand Its Submarine Fleet
January 07, 2022

Why Indonesia Needs to Expand Its Submarine Fleet

By Muhammad Fauzan Malufti and Alban Sciascia
Given tight budget constraints, submarines offer Indonesia's navy the greatest bang for its buck.
Philippines’ BrahMos Cruise Missile Purchase Takes Another Step Forward
January 07, 2022

Philippines’ BrahMos Cruise Missile Purchase Takes Another Step Forward

By Sebastian Strangio
The acquisition would equip the Armed Forces of the Philippines with a potent deterrent against Chinese adventurism in the South China Sea.

Reports: India Launches 3rd Arihant Submarine
January 07, 2022

Reports: India Launches 3rd Arihant Submarine

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
The naval arm of the nuclear triad is especially significant for India given its no-first use (NFU) nuclear posture.
Australia, Japan Sign Defense Pact as China Concerns Loom
January 07, 2022

Australia, Japan Sign Defense Pact as China Concerns Loom

By Haruka Nuga and Steve McMorran
It’s Japan’s first Reciprocal Access Agreement with any country other than the United States.

What’s Next for ASEAN-South Korea Security Ties?
January 06, 2022

What’s Next for ASEAN-South Korea Security Ties?

By Prashanth Parameswaran
A closer look at some of the opportunities and challenges that lie ahead for Seoul’s security vision for the region.

Malaysian Glove Maker Vows Reforms Following US Import Ban
January 05, 2022

Malaysian Glove Maker Vows Reforms Following US Import Ban

By Sebastian Strangio
The country's reputation as a global black spot for forced labor could soon begin to affect its bottom line.

What Does Myanmar’s New Chinese Submarine Reveal About Its Military?
January 05, 2022

What Does Myanmar’s New Chinese Submarine Reveal About Its Military?

By Prashanth Parameswaran
The transfer has spotlighted the country’s continued ambitions and Beijing’s role in them in the post-coup environment.
Japan Approves Record Defense Budget for Fiscal Year 2022
December 27, 2021

Japan Approves Record Defense Budget for Fiscal Year 2022

By Kosuke Takahashi
Tokyo is striving to keep pace with China.

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