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- Sea Power: Underwater Arms Race: Tim Fish finds out why owning submarines has suddenly become a priority for the region’s navies.
- Regional: Asia-Pacific Naval Directory 2019: Dr. Alix Valenti presents a three part look at Indo-Pacific naval strategy, and interviews Rear Admiral David Proctor, Chief of the Royal New Zealand Navy (RNZN).
- Land Warfare: Asian SOF looks for Protected Mobility: Andrew White reviews transport options for SOF on the move.
- Land Warfare: Scanning for Trouble: Dr. Thomas Withington analyses the capabilities and utility of ground scanning radars.
- Land Warfare: Light Guns keep heads down: Light artillery, from mortars to guns, can make a huge difference to the welfare of the PBI (Poor Bl**dy Infantry), as Steven W. Miller reports.
- Sea Power: Anti-Ship Missile Evolution: Anti-ship missiles are now big enough to be ‘carrier killers’. Jon Lake examines how such missiles evolved.
- Land Warfare: Preparing for the Unthinkable: JR Ng takes a regional look at national capabilities to tackle CBRN contamination.
- Regional: Taiwan’s Defence Innovation on show: Andrew Drwiega reports from the biennial Taiwanese TADTE defence expo.
- Analyst Column: South Korea joins Asia’s Carrier Race: Ben Ho examines South Korea’s plan to add a large-deck STOVL capable, amphibious-warfare ship to its navy.