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Will China’s military rival the United States’ in the Pacific? Will Japan abandon the constitutional fetters on its own military? How will India respond to the String of Pearls strategy? The Diplomat has put together a team of leading analysts to offer must-read, regular commentary on the big defense and security issues in the Asia-Pacific.

How to Respond to Gray Zone Aggression in the Indo-Pacific
February 19, 2022

How to Respond to Gray Zone Aggression in the Indo-Pacific

By Ross Brown
The U.S. and its allies and partners must rethink countermeasures if they want to compete in the gray zone.

How the Rise of Islamic State Khorasan in Afghanistan Feeds Uyghur Militancy
February 17, 2022

How the Rise of Islamic State Khorasan in Afghanistan Feeds Uyghur Militancy

By Barbara Kelemen
As the Taliban courts China with nascent regulations on Uyghur militants, ISK is trying to capitalize by boosting recruitment of Uyghurs.
Putin and Xi Frame a New China-Russia Partnership
February 15, 2022

Putin and Xi Frame a New China-Russia Partnership

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
Pressure that both sides face from the United States and the West gives their partnership new depth.

Breaking the Internet: China-US Competition Over Technology Standards
February 09, 2022

Breaking the Internet: China-US Competition Over Technology Standards

By Joshua Park
High-tech middle powers like Japan and South Korea will be crucial to avoiding a “splinternet.”

What Does the US-China AI Rivalry Mean For Southeast Asia?
February 07, 2022

What Does the US-China AI Rivalry Mean For Southeast Asia?

By Jun-E Tan
Escalating superpower tech competition will force governments in the region to make some tough choices.

News Corp Says It Was Hacked; Believed to Be Linked to China
February 05, 2022

News Corp Says It Was Hacked; Believed to Be Linked to China

By Eric Tucker and Frank Bajak
Chinese intelligence-gathering is believed to be behind a hack of News Corp, which publishes The Wall Street Journal, among others.

Will China’s Tall Space Goals Spur Further Competition?  
February 05, 2022

Will China’s Tall Space Goals Spur Further Competition?  

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
While China’s white paper on space is a good transparency move, the goals enshrined in the document may also make space more competitive.
Germany’s (Not So) New China Policy
February 04, 2022

Germany’s (Not So) New China Policy

By Nadine Godehardt and Moritz Rudolf
Under new Chancellor Scholz, obstacles remain for transatlantic coordination on China.

North Korea Tests Longest-Range Missile Since 2017
February 01, 2022

North Korea Tests Longest-Range Missile Since 2017

By Kim Tong-Hyung and Mari Yamaguchi
North Korea ended its most active month of missile tests to date by launching an intermediate-range ballistic missile.

Has Russia Wrecked American ‘G-2’ Plans?
January 29, 2022

Has Russia Wrecked American ‘G-2’ Plans?

By Shrey Khanna and Aditya Pareek
In the mindscape of the U.S. strategic community, China now enjoys the position which the Soviet Union had during the Cold War. Moscow is keen to disrupt that emerging bipolar order.

India’s Semiconductor Pursuit
January 28, 2022

India’s Semiconductor Pursuit

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
New Delhi is clearly making a push to expand its capabilities in the critical semiconductor industry.
North Korea Conducts Its Sixth Round of Missile Tests This Month
January 27, 2022

North Korea Conducts Its Sixth Round of Missile Tests This Month

By Mitch Shin
Is North Korea trying to draw attention from the U.S. by testing missiles? 

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