China is putting pressure on the US Navy in the western pacific using a strategy based on asymmetric warfare known as A2/AD. John Pollock discusses China’s increased military capabilities and what it means for the United States.
Claudia Nieroda explores the lucrative resources that are causing rising tensions in the South China Sea.
In Part I of this series, Cas Legrand looks at the recent developments of the Royal Navy’s Trident program under the new leadership of Theresa May.
Naval procurement has long been ignored by the Canadian government and public. Now new investments may indicate a brighter future.
Rejeanne Lacroix examines security, submarines and sovereignty on the Canadian Arctic waters.
David Sutton discusses the complexities of providing military equipment to Taiwan in the face of technological rivalry and political pressure from Beijing.
Margaret looks at how British defence spending will be affected by the Single Source Regulation Office