Geopolitics

The ‘Bone’ is back on Guam

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By Dave Makichuk Reading some media reports, one would have surmised the US military ran away from its warfighting...

Vietnam rejects China’s fishing ban

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Vietnam has rejected China's ban on summer fishing in disputed areas of the South China Sea, and has encouraged its fishermen to...

US and UK ships to Barents Sea

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Four U.S. Navy ships and a U.K. Royal Navy ship sailed into frigid Arctic waters of the Barents Sea...

The challenge of maritime domain awareness

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By Jay Benson* To effectively govern the maritime space, states need an accurate picture...

China bolsters presence in disputed waters

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China has bolstered its presence in the South China Sea by setting up two administrative bodies on islands in the disputed water,...

Anzac: Why didn’t they listen to the Navy?

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If only the British Government had listened to a naval voice in 1915, the whole Gallipoli campaign...

Covid-19: time to invoke ANZUS?

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By Michael Shoebridge* The US is in its worst crisis since World War II. With more than 582,000 confirmed cases of...

Is US supporting Vietnam over Paracels?

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By Yoichiro Sato A collision between a Vietnamese fishing boat and a Chinese coast guard patrol boat near...

US no longer SE Asian resident power

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By William Choong For years at the Shangri-La Dialogue, the pre-eminent meeting of defence ministers held in Singapore, successive...

Japanese destroyer holed in Chinese trawler collision

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China accused Japan of sailing a warship in its waters after a collision with a fishing boat in the East Sea.