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How a new Vietnam-Indonesia deal will affect South China Sea disputes

A recent agreement between Indonesia and Vietnam over maritime boundaries in the South China Sea will likely smooth over the occasionally tense relationship between the two South East Asian nations.

Japan, Indonesia to boost naval security ties as China rises

The leaders of Japan and Indonesia have agreed to bolster their ties in maritime security and their cooperation on climate change, energy and investment between the Asian archipelago nations.

Quad nations plan tracking for China illegal fishing in Indo-Pacific

India, the United States, Japan and Australia have planned to launch a satellite-based maritime security system at the Quad summit in Tokyo to check China’s illegal fishing in the Indo-Pacific region.

EU eyes Indo Pacific as global maritime security hub

The European Union is shifting to become a “global maritime security actor”—expanding its sphere of influence to the Indo-Pacific region which may include the hotly contested South China Sea and East..

ASEAN resurgence in regional security?

In recent years, the Association of Southeast Asian Nations has been struggling to maintain its unity and “centrality” in regional security affairs. ASEAN cannot attain “centrality” without unity,..

Maritime Security, Intelligence Analysis & Philanthrophy

Dryad Global analyst Casper Goldman is based between London and Soest in Holland. As part of his role at Dryad Global he focuses on the complexities of the West Africa region. But there's something..

Indonesian navy seizes oil tanker wanted in Cambodia

Indonesia's navy said Wednesday that it seized an oil tanker that was wanted by Cambodian authorities on suspicion of stealing nearly 300,000 barrels of crude oil.

Indonesian Navy searches for missing submarine with 53 people on board

Indonesia's Navy is searching for a missing submarine with 53 people on board that went missing during a military exercise on Wednesday, Indonesian authorities say.

Maritime Law to Give Beijing Edge in South China Sea Disputes

Chinese officials will pass a basic maritime law to formalise their sovereignty claims over the contested, resource-rich South China Sea and defend those claims more effectively in the international..

Curfew in waters off ESSZone extended until Feb 14

The curfew in the waters off seven districts in the Eastern Sabah Security Zone (ESSZone), which was scheduled to end on January 30th, has been extended until Feb 14. Eastern Sabah Security Zone 31..