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Shipping supply chains and global conflicts

Global shipping supply chains are facing significant disruptions due to the ongoing conflict in Gaza, attacks on ships by Houthi militias, and Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

Shipping supply chains in Asia are being tested by global crises

In recent years, global maritime supply chains have faced numerous disruptions, challenging their resilience.

Sweden’s NATO Membership Unlocks the Baltic Sea for Alliance, Ends 200 Years of Neutrality

Sweden, only two months into its NATO membership, is adapting its defense strategy after 200 years of military neutrality.

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.

Managing global supply chains in a turbulent world

Since the onset of Covid-19 four years ago, the disruption to global supply chains has been a constant challenge.

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..

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.

How terrorism threatens the future of Mozambique

Mozambique President Filipe Nyusi announced the death of terrorist leader Bonomade Machude Omar, also known as Ibn Omar or Abu Suraka, during a state visit by his Cuban counterpart. However, Nyusi..

Russia, a Chinese cargo ship and the sabotage of subsea cables in the Baltic Sea

In a recent incident largely overshadowed by global events, two subsea telecommunications cables and a gas pipeline in the Baltic Sea were deliberately damaged. The 77-kilometer Balticconnector gas..