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- Naval Sector Strong at Malaysia’s LIMA 23 Defence Show: Did the 16th Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace Exhibition reflect the needs of the Asia-Pacific region. Andrew Drwiega was there to find out.
- Counter-UAS Market Set for Steep Rise: Reflecting on the prominence of unmanned aerial system use in the Ukraine conflict, Gordon Arthur tells why every regional force now needs a counter-UAS capability.
- Building Regional Response to Chinese Naval Build-Up: As China threatens national maritime sovereignty in areas such as the South China Sea, what are individual sovereign navies doing to build up their own capabilities. Tim Fish investigates.
- Has the China Coast Guard Reached Its Limit?: The expansion of the China Coast Guard has been exceptionally rapid, but is further growth still necessary asks Tim Fish.
- Are Security Dialogue’s Drifting Away From Their Principles?: Reuben Johnson asks whether traditional East and West security dialogues have lost direction.
- Analysis: Gordon Arthur looks for a sense of direction in Australia’s Strategic Defence Review.