China announces the opening of a new rescue facility in the South China Sea, while India and France increase naval cooperation and the internet tries to decipher the significance of a new naval weapon.
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Japan is taking steps to modernize its military in the face of an increasingly unpredictable security environment.
The United States announces new funding for its partners in Asia, while China keeps an eye on the South China Sea and the U.S. Department of Defense keeps an eye on China.
Beijing responds to coordinated pressure to abide by the rule of law—and takes advantage of times when the world looks away.
Freedom-of-navigation operations are not sufficient to protect U.S. security interests.
It would be far too easy to get into a war with China. How would it end?
China may abandon the "Nine-Dash Line" claim in the South China Sea, but it's not abandoning its bad legal arguments.
Commander of U.S. Pacific Air Forces says FONOPs and Flyovers in the South China Sea will Continue, while More Changes Are Expected for U.S. Military Brass in Asia
Editor's note: After this edition, we will publish Water Wars every other week.
Reflections on the tribunal's decision and what it means for the future of the region.
A year ago today, an arbitral tribunal formed pursuant to the United Nations Convention for the Law of the Sea issued a blockbuster award finding much of China’s conduct in the South China Sea in violation of international law.