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Explanation for Chinese flare drop

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By Justin Burke* During the Cold War, it was not unheard of for Soviet ships to attempt to disrupt US naval operations by “shouldering” vessels,...

Chinese ships transit Japanese strait

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A pair of People’s Liberation Army Navy frigates sailed around Japan’s southwest islands from this week, while a PLAN intelligence ship transited the Miyako...

Work ahead for AUKUS Pillar II

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AUKUS will bring both opportunities and challenges to Australia’s defence industry, requiring an active effort by Canberra to better empower local businesses to compete...

Bigger AUKUS, more security

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By Ashok Sharma* AUKUS is a program with big promises for reinforcing regional security through technology transfer and multination force interoperability. Bringing Japan into the...

Dealing with Chinese base instincts

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By Sam Roggeveen* The Chinese air force’s dangerous intercept of a Royal Australian Navy helicopter in the Yellow Sea – what the Defence Department statement...

Unsafe Chinese flare release near RAN helicopter

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The Australian Government has expressed its concerns to the Chinese Government following an unsafe and unprofessional interaction with a People’s Liberation Army – Air...

Chinese stalk US, Phililippine and French ships

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U.S., Philippine, and French amphibs and frigates drew the attention of Chinese surveillance ships and surface combatants as they sailed out of Philippine territorial...

Maritime security a mere poker chip

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By Alexandru Cristian Hudișteanu* Global trade is the backbone of modern lifestyles and economies, with some 90 percent of trade being carried by sea. The...

US should seek allies’ help on SCS

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China has made the belief that it can operate with impunity in the waters of the Indo-Pacific region, much to the consternation of its...

Benefits of AUKUS expansion

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AUKUS is a program with big promises for reinforcing regional security through technology transfer and multination force interoperability. Bringing Japan into the Pillar II...