Jasen Sagman explores how American aircraft carriers have dominated the Pacific Ocean for over sixty years, and China’s vast new array of missiles which seek to turn the tide.
Author: Jasen Sagman
The Search for MH370 Lending to Maritime Cooperation
Jasen Sagman explores how the search for MH370 has led to a fresh start of cooperation between rival maritime forces in the Pacific.
Japan and Vietnam Enhance Maritime Security Cooperation
Jasen Sagman explores the extensive strategic partnership recently reached between Japan and Vietnam.
Israel Aerospace Industries unveils a new Unmanned Surface Vessel
Jasen Sagman explores a new Unmanned Surface Vessel called “KATANA”, developed by the Israel Aerospace Industries.
Canadian Frigate on its way back to Fight Terrorism in the Arabian Sea
Jasen Sagman discusses HMCS Regina’s return to the Arabian Sea as part of Canada’s participation in Operation Artemis
White House Releases National Maritime Domain Awareness Plan
Jasen Sagman on the White House’s most recent National Maritime Domain Awareness Plan for the National Strategy for Maritime Security.
Questioning Canada’s Commitment to NATO
Jasen explores reports that NATO’s Deputy Secretary-General is questioning Canada’s commitment to the military alliance.
China donates less to the Philippines’ than IKEA or Coca-Cola
Jasen Sagman examines how China’s frugal donation to the Super Typhoon Haiyan relief efforts will hinder its standing on the global stage.
Israeli Security Operations in Egypt’s Suez Canal
Jasen explores recent reports that an Israeli security firm has been providing armed security in Egypt’s Suez Canal.
Maritime Security 2013 Conference
Jasen Sagman examines the upcoming Maritime Security 2013 Caribbean Conference, a maritime security training event and regional strategy workshop taking place in the Turks and Caicos Islands.