To block Chinese reclamation, Philippine assets must prepare to take the lead in intervention at short notice.
U.S. ratification of the U.N. Convention on the Law of the Sea has bipartisan support, but it could lead to the loss of 200 exclusive economic zones
Law enforcement clash in the South China Sea leaves Indonesia caught between attracting Chinese investment and protecting its own sovereignty
Philippine defense secretary Voltaire Gazmin and Japanese ambassador to the Philippines Kazuhide Ishikawa on February 29 signed a new defense agreement to allow the transfer of defense equipment and technology from Japan to the Philippines. It also provides for the Philippines and Japan to conduct joint research and development, and even joint production, of defense […]
Will Australia, India, Japan and the United States move from exercising together to operating together? In the end, it will probably be China’s actions that determine where the Quad will go next.
Will issue divergence overcome the U.S. and China’s common interests and lead to a violent confrontation? Our analysis suggests not.
Japan’s model of self-restraint in the Senkaku Islands is a model of regional stability for China in the South China Sea
Following the U.S.-ASEAN leaders’ summit tensions rise, testing international rules and norms