US Navy Pressures Beijing by Sailing Two Warships Through Taiwan Strait
The US Navy has sent vessels through the Strait on four occasions since July 2018.
Taiwan News: Military Launches Into Live-Fire Drills to Deter Chinese Invasion
A daily breakdown of Taiwan's top stories and why they matter.
JAPAN: Okinawa Referendum Set to Decide Future of US Military Presence
Voters will decide whether US troops should be relocated amid increasing opposition to their presence on the island.
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?
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.
The Philippines Might Be Quietly Ditching China for the United States
The Philippines, privately frustrated with Beijing, is expanding its defense cooperation with the US.
ANALYSIS: China's Naval Power Calls for 4th and 5th Island Chain Defense
As China's naval power grows, a change in geo-strategic thinking is in order.