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Will Indonesia’s aspirations to become a regional maritime power set it on a collision course with China?
As China flexes its muscles in the South China Sea, the EU is trying to balance supporting the rule of law with its need to maintain good relations with Beijing.
This summer, RUSI will undertake a new research programme in collaboration with The Pew Charitable Trusts to investigate the security dimensions of illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishing.
Installed power on naval surface combatants has steadily grown over the past few decades. The principal reasons for this are two fold: ships have got larger and faster, and ships have more power demanding mission-systems.
Eric R Eissler and Gözde Arasýl
The energy potential of the Eastern Mediterranean has heightened tensions in the region, as several countries lay claim to rich reserves of oil and natural gas
A revised version of the 1921 Washington Conference could prove useful in facilitating dialogue in the face of ongoing naval modernisation in the Asia-Pacific
A renewed debate over British defence capability has begun, bringing to the fore key questions likely to be considered in the coming SDSR (Free access)