What divides ASEAN’s member states is a growing theme that affects everybody: an emerging US-Chinese rivalry for regional influence.
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“Frontline” Review of the NATO Council’s Maritime Security Conference
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Canada’s Plans for Power Projection
For nations with a global outlook, the ability to respond to contingencies around the world has often been a mix of necessity and choice.
A Busy Week in the South China Sea
It’s been a busy week for the South China Sea (SCS). For those of you keeping score at home, these are some of the news stories we’ve been following.
The Fuss Over the Falklands
Thirty years after the conflict, British-Argentine hostility over the Falklands has reached a new level, reviving a new war of words.
South Korea: ROKN the Boat
From the Korean peninsula came news on Thursday that construction on a divisive Republic of Korean (ROK) naval base could proceed on Jeju Island.
Canada: A Petrostate Suffering from the Dutch Disease?
June was a month full of debate regarding the effect of Alberta’s oil sands on Canada’s economy and environment.
Indian Maritime Security After Mumbai
Last week the Indian government announced that it had arrested Abu Jindal, an alleged Lashkar-e-Taiba leader accused of masterminding the November 2008 terrorist attacks in Mumbai, which killed at least 160 people.
James Bridger Speaks on Counter-Piracy
On June 21 the NCC’s Maritime and African Security Analyst James Bridger spoke on a panel at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) in Washington, DC.
Thinking about Prevention Pt. II
That prosperity and security rest on the Pacific is true not only for the U.S. but also for China.