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Indo-Pacific Geopolitics

April 12, 2014 • By Iskander RehmanAnalysis

In this interview – part of European Geostrategy’s now long-running interview series – James Rogers discusses Indo-Pacific geopolitics; Australia’s geostrategic location in relation to future American and British overseas basing requirements;…

U.S. Eyes on Japan’s Security 2 / Japan, U.S. Must Deter ‘Creeping Aggression’ at Sea

April 10, 2014 • By Jim ThomasAnalysis

Over the past 15 years or so, the People’s Liberation Army has undertaken a significant military modernization program. A large portion of this modernization has centered around a counter-intervention strategy—that…

What Would Jimmy Carter Do?

March 11, 2014 • By Andrew F. KrepinevichAnalysis

Russia’s invasion of Crimea has led many pundits to compare President Barack Obama’s foreign policies with those of President Jimmy Carter. The similarities are difficult to ignore, up to a point….

A Tale of Two Budgets

March 10, 2014 • By Todd HarrisonAnalysis

It was the best of budgets, it was the worst of budgets, it was the age of the pivot, it was the age of sequester, it was a time for…

US Army Must Redefine Its Role

March 10, 2014 • By Christopher DoughertyAnalysis

In the bureaucratic battles being waged over the US defense budget, the Army is in retreat on all fronts. Its primary function — fighting and winning wars on land —…