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China, Malaysia and the South China Sea
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On June 1, the Royal Malaysian Air Force announced that 16 People's Liberation Army Air Force (PLAAF) aircraft, flying in “tactical formation,” had entered Malaysia's Flight Information Region.
Indo-Pacific Security Affairs Division. Christopher Cairns is a Research Scientist in CNA’s Indo-Pacific Security Affairs Division. On June 1, the Royal Malaysian Air Force announced that 16 People’s ... back. The Malaysian Air Force described the incident as a “serious matter that threatens national security and aviation safety,” while the country’s foreign minister, Hishammuddin bin Hussein, said ... force…. [that] strictly complied with international law and didn't enter the air space of any other country.” The PLAAF’s June maneuver in the South China Sea is hardly China’s first maritime action
cna talks: Latin American Security
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This week listen to CNA analyst Dr. William Rosenau discuss Latin American security with CNA’s Dr. Ralph Espach and guest scholar Dr. Joseph Tulchin. The three experts talk about the United States’ bilateral relationships with Mexico, Venezuela and Cuba; the domestic situation in Venezuela; Cuba and regional security; Central America; post-FARC Colombia; and environmental security.
Press, examines the effects of organized crime in Guatemalan border communities. His research focus is on Central America, Brazil, Colombia, and maritime security. Dr. Joseph S. Tulchin is a scholar ... Latin American Security This week listen to CNA analyst Dr. William Rosenau discuss Latin American security with CNA’s Dr. Ralph Espach and guest scholar Dr. Joseph Tulchin. The three experts talk about the United States’ bilateral relationships with Mexico, Venezuela and Cuba; the domestic situation in Venezuela; Cuba and regional security; Central America; post-FARC Colombia; and environmental
Antarctica is the New Arctic
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Twenty years ago the Arctic was untouched aside from a few hardy explorers and the occasional submarine. Now the High North has become another facet of great power competition.
studies at CNA on Indian Ocean and South Asia security. Ralph Espach is a senior research scientist at CNA's Strategy and Policy Analysis program. He is an expert on inter-American security relations, especially regarding Central America and Brazil, the security implications of climate change, and security cooperation. The world is evolving rapidly. A reversion to great power politics ... explorers and the occasional submarine. Now the High North buzzes with new maritime transport routes, tourism, and fishing. The region has become another square in the game board of great power
A U.S. View on Australia’s Role in the Indian Ocean
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Australia plays a critical role in maintaining strategic stability in the Indian Ocean and remains one of the United States’ closest allies on economic, diplomatic, defence, and intelligence matters.
of the Trump administration, the “Indo-Pacific” phrase entered US policy documents through the December 2017 National Security Strategy, which discussed the importance for US interests of keeping ... of responsibility still excludes the western half of the Indian Ocean. This aligns with the conception of the Indo-Pacific in the National Security Strategy, defines the region as stretching “from ... Ocean, Australia is a member of Combined Maritime Forces, having both participated in and commanded the counterpiracy and counterterrorism task forces. Canberra lent crucial support to Washington
Great Power Competition in the Red Sea? Yes, and…
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The renewed focus on great power competition is causing seismic shifts in large parts of the national security community, reshaping our understanding of strategic priorities and geopolitical relationships.
Great Power Competition in the Red Sea? Yes, and… The renewed focus on great power competition is causing seismic shifts in large parts of the national security community, reshaping our understanding ... is causing seismic shifts in large parts of the national security community, with the potential to reshape our understanding of strategic priorities and geopolitical relationships in regions ... that the shift in U.S. strategic focus to Russia and China should not blind the national security community to the significance of other, major regional actors. The Red Sea links the Suez Canal
cna talks: U.S. Strategy on Al-Qaeda
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Despite experiencing setbacks over the last 16 years, Al Qaeda has proven to be a learning organization that has evolved and expanded. On this episode of CNA Talks, experts Jonathan Schroden, Julia McQuaid, Pamela Faber and Zack Gold discuss the findings released in CNA's independent assessment of U.S. government efforts against Al Qaeda.
, operations assessment, Afghanistan, Pakistan and the Middle East. Julia McQuaid   is director of CNA’s Program on Transnational Challenges. She is an expert on international security issues, including terrorism and counterterrorism, armed groups, transnational threats, maritime security, partner capacity building, program evaluation, performance assessments, and water stress as a driver of conflict and instability. Pamela Faber   is an associate research analyst at CNA. Her research is at the intersection of security and development in conflict and post-conflict regions with a regional
Building Real Cooperation with South-East Asian Partners
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Since coming into office, the Biden administration has stressed the importance of partners and allies to its Indo-Pacific strategy as it shapes its approach toward competition with China.
as it shapes its approach toward competition with China. /images/InDepth/Post95.jpg Building Real Cooperation with South-East Asian Partners 95 Jeffrey Becker Jeffrey Becker directs the Indo-Pacific Security Affairs Program. He is an expert in Chinese politics and Chinese foreign policy and security issues. Last week, U.S. Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin became the first member of President Biden’s ... with Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman’s late May visit to Indonesia, Cambodia and Thailand to reaffirm security ties in a region the administration identifies as “an essential part
cna talks: ISIS Tactics
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The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) has received a lot of attention for their innovative tactics on and off the battlefield including their messaging, media activities and technology use. How innovative are they really? And, how should the U.S. and allies react? Listen along as Dr. Eric Thompson talks with four of CNA's experts to discuss what you need to know about ISIS's tactics. Topics include: ISIS's use of social media ISIS's use of drones, car bombs and tunnels The importance of holding territory ISIS's affiliates The effects of and reasons for barbarity The transfer of knowledge online The role of virtual technology
and director of CNA's Center for Strategic Studies. His most recent work addressed counterterrorism operations, security cooperation activities, military-to-military relations with Egypt, interoperability with Turkish and Algerian maritime forces, and coalition building for military operations in the CENTCOM region. Dr. Jonathan Schroden is director of CNA's Center for Stability and Development ... . Her research is at the intersection of security and development in conflict and post-conflict regions with a regional focus on Africa. Zack Gold is an associate research analyst at CNA focused
Japan Elevates Security Concerns Over Taiwan Strait
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On July 13, the Japanese Ministry of Defense released the latest edition of its annual white paper, Defense of Japan 2021.
Japan Elevates Security Concerns Over Taiwan Strait On July 13, the Japanese Ministry of Defense released the latest edition of its annual white paper, Defense of Japan 2021. /images/InDepth/Post94.jpg Japan Elevates Security Concerns Over Taiwan Strait 94 Brian Waidelich and Elizabeth Barrett Brian Waidelich is a Research Scientist in CNA’s Indo-Pacific Security Affairs Program. His research focuses on issues related to strategic competition and Indo-Pacific maritime security. Elizabeth Barrett is the Project Manager for Outreach and International Engagement in CNA’s China
Digging Deeper on Great Power Competition in a New US Administration
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Over the past few years, great power competition (GPC) has become the organizing principle for US national strategy.
become the organizing principle for US national strategy. The 2017 National Security Strategy (NSS) codified growing discussion that the United States is in a "great power competition" with both China ... with Russia, especially as concern mounts over China’s financial activities there. Conversely, the aforementioned US national security and defense strategies rightly emphasize the importance of alliances ... concept has been refined since its initial formulation in the NSS. For example, the December 2018 A Design for Maintaining Maritime Superiority 2.0 discussed the "competition-conflict spectrum