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It's Time for a Comprehensive National Maritime Strategy

The United States faces a unique challenge as a global power without control over its commercial shipping.

Maritime power shapes the world order – and is undergoing a sea change

Recent attacks by Yemen’s Houthi rebels on commercial and military vessels in the Red Sea have rekindled concerns about maritime security.

China is testing its freeriding strategy in the Red Sea

The meeting between senior diplomats from Iran and Saudi Arabia at a China-brokered summit last year marked a surprising turn in diplomatic relations.

Biden’s maritime cybersecurity actions target China threats

The White House has unveiled a comprehensive strategy to bolster cybersecurity in the maritime industry and revive domestic crane manufacturing, aiming to reduce reliance on Chinese-made port cranes.

The Quad’s growing focus on maritime security

The emergence of minilateral initiatives in the Indo-Pacific, particularly the Quadrilateral Security Dialogue (Quad) involving Japan, Australia, India, and the United States, has garnered global..

Maritime Diplomacy in the ASEAN Maritime Security Strategic Partnership

The concept of Dynamic Equilibrium in regional diplomacy, particularly within Indonesia's defense diplomacy, revolves around establishing a dynamic balance among the forces involved, avoiding..

Once again, Pacific security is Japan’s priority

Japan, emerging from World War II, embraced post-war reconstruction and economic development, relying on the security umbrella provided by the United States.

Red Sea Security Crisis Affects a Widening Swath of the Global Economy

The Houthi missile attacks in the Red Sea are causing a significant impact on maritime commerce, extending beyond liner shipping to wet bulk, dry bulk, car carriers, and LNG trades.

The Maritime Implications of Indonesia’s Presidential Election

Indonesia, the world's third-largest democracy and largest Muslim-majority nation, faces a crucial presidential election on February 14.

Xi And The Red Sea: Protect Iran Or China’s Economy?

In the turbulent aftermath of a relentless US bombing campaign targeting Iranian proxies, striking over 85 locations in response to a fatal drone attack in Jordan, the specter of a regional..