China weighs a big dig in Thailand.
Beijing will build its next line of defense on the ocean floor.
Not all Chinese energy experts emphasize security fears.
It may be time for Beijing to rethink its reluctant partnerships.
Beijing is dropping hints about its mysterious new warship.
Beijing experts confront a century-old military dilemma.
Recent publications suggest an interest in both V/STOL and tilt-rotors.
How Beijing's top "America hands" see their biggest rival.
A recent publication details the fallout from a strike on the United States.
Taiwan’s January election likely brings more instability between Taipei and Beijing—and between Washington and Beijing.
"The revelation that a U.S. Navy aircraft carrier group could be so vulnerable to a nuclear submarine did not make the mainstream media... However, the Chinese defense media does not miss much."
Beijing and Washington could be well served by considering bilateral coast guard cooperation—especially when environmental challenges strike.
Rather than engaging in tiresome debates about “rocks and reefs” in the South China Sea, American diplomats would better serve U.S. interests if they turned their attention to a bigger challenge.
Think one word: Ramming.
It starts with the fact many don’t actually admit they are ‘hawks.’
Could these two great powers get even closer?
Chinese naval strategists have gone to school on naval history and concluded that sea mines will be vitally significant in any future naval contest for the Asia-Pacific.
Why 'Asia's Cauldron' may only get more dangerous in the years to come.
A crisis in U.S.-China relations from half a century ago offers perspective on recent superpower tensions in Southeast Asia ahead of the upcoming Obama-Xi Summit.
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