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        China, Cambodia breaking ground on joint port project

        Cambodia denied again Tuesday that it will allow any Chinese military presence at a port where it and China are beginning an expansion this week that has prompted concern in the United States and..

        The increasing complexity of maritime security in the Red Sea

        The US last month established a new Combined Task Force 153 within the Combined Maritime Forces in the Middle East to focus on the Red Sea. The new task force reflects growing international interest..

        Major maritime task force role for regional partners in GCC

        Bahrain’s impressive navy officers, alongside their counterparts from Saudi Arabia, are being lined up to lead a maritime security task force which has been set up exclusively to safeguard regional..

        Iran-linked missile & maritime threats continue

        Since the 1980s, US forces, partner states, and regional waterways have been threatened by Iran’s increasingly precise ballistic and cruise missiles and naval forces, all of which put US economic and..

        US to send destroyer, fighter jets to UAE amid Houthi attacks

        The Yemen-based rebel group has claimed three missile and drone attacks on the UAE since January 17.

        ‘Dramatic uptick’ in Iran’s drone use

        Over the past few years, Iran has “significantly” increased its use of unmanned aerial vehicles, the US Navy’s 5th Fleet Commander said today.

        IRANIAN MARITIME THREATS: AN OPPORTUNITY FOR THE U.S. NAVY

        The volume of oil that flows through the Strait of Hormuz gives it geostrategic importance. According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, “In 2018, its daily oil flow averaged 21 million..

        China’s maritime law in the South China Sea

        Apart from military power, China has been using a variety of political, economic and legal tools to further gain control of the South China Sea (also known as the East Sea).

        More undersea activity in South China Sea increase risk after crash

        Submarines proliferating in the South China Sea are increasing risks in already treacherous waters, security experts said Friday, a day after the Navy announced an undersea collision in the..