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2018/11/15 | Paul Huang
Taiwan Is Building Long Range Cruise Missiles That Aim Deep Inside China
By empowering its cruise missile program, Taiwan is taking its gloves off in its cross-Strait standoff.
2018/10/24 | Lieutenant Ho
INSIDER: Taiwan Is Bungling Its Response to China's Psychological Warfare
A military insider reveals how events like the Kansai Airport disinformation incident expose deep flaws in Taiwan's strategy to counter Chinese influence campaigns.
2018/11/20 |
Bump & Grind: How a US-China Naval Dispute Might Escalate
Are a Chinese navy ship's recent dangerous maneuvers close to a US navy destroyer in the South China Sea a prelude to further attempts to deter freedom of navigation operations through deliberate collisions at sea?
2018/03/06 | Lauren Dickey
Taiwan's Struggle for All-Volunteer Force and the Civil-Military Divide
As Taiwan transitions to an all-volunteer armed force, the military must do more to build troop morale and public support.
2018/02/28 | Mark Wenyi Lai
OPINION: Taiwan Lost the Strait Aviation Dispute
China's military and its aviation companies are the obvious winners in the conflict, which played well to domestic audiences on both sides of the Strait.
2018/07/13 | East Asia Forum
ANALYSIS: Chinese Arms Sales Are Not a Diplomatic Weapon
China has not increased its arms exports to Belt and Road partners, nor has it penetrated markets traditionally reliant on Western suppliers.
2018/04/02 | The Interpreter
Vietnam Seeks to Modernize Military Through 'New Friends and Old Foes'
Vietnam's military is an anachronism, but modernization may may mean cozying up to the United States.
2018/03/17 | Tai Wei Lim
Policing the Pirates in Southeast Asia
ASEAN must work together to combat increasing piracy in the Strait of Malacca.
2018/03/24 | AsiaGlobal Online
OPINION: Trump's Nuclear Posture Is a Farewell to Arms Control
The Nuclear Posture Review puts to bed the fiction that nuclear weapons are for rogue states and reinvigorates an arms race with China and Russia.