Ukraine’s Fight for Freedom

Are Security Dialogue’s Drifting Away From Their Principles?

From Munich to Singapore: how security conferences viewed the Ukraine War. Security conferences are known for being forums where the conflict or the crisis of...
HIMARS

Australia’s Strategic Defence Review Divergence

The military rise of the People's Republic of China has been rapid, even though warning signals have existed for years. Such strategic competition has...
The China Coast Guard

Has the China Coast Guard Reached Its Limit?

It appears that the China Coast Guard could have reached its limit in terms of size and utility. Within the space of a decade the...
The Indonesian Offshore Patrol Vessel KN Pulau Dana

Building Regional Response to Chinese Naval Build-up

Individual nations around the South China Sea, while not being able to match China’s maritime strength, are trying to add to, and modernise, their...
EOS in Australia

Counter-UAS Market Set for Steep Rise

The Ukraine war has revealed that C-UAS equipment must now be a fundamental part of any military force. Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) are now a...
Fly-by and assorted vessels at the conclusion of the naval demonstration. (Andrew Drwiega)

Naval Sector Strong at Malaysia’s LIMA 23 Defence Show

LIMA 23 made a welcome return to the international event circuit boasting a heavy naval presence. Malaysia is one of the nations in the Asia...
Personal tactical radios

Digital Information Needs Demand Lighter, Power Efficient Communications

Net centric warfare is multiplying the need for data and video sharing as well as voice. Industry is under increasing pressure to deliver communications...
Chinese Balloon-South Carolina

Balloon Beats the Beamers

A suspicious balloon launched by the People’s Republic of China crosses North America focusing attention on radar coverage of Canadian and American Arctic regions. The...
PLAN

Filling the MPA Ga

The submarine club is growing in size; so cue the entry of a new maritime patrol platform. At the height of the Cold War,...
CMS

A Brain for Naval Combat

The increasing complexity of naval combat requires speed of assimilation now beyond a ship’s crew. The evolution of naval Combat Management Systems (CMS) and the...

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