China’s rejection of sanctions against Russia and its launching of spy balloons reveal the yawning chasm between its lofty rhetoric and its actions.
Do you think we'd have heard about the Chinese spy balloon over the US (or over other countries) if a Montanan hadn't looked up and taken...
The spy balloon reaffirms that a "US-China war" by other means is already underway. But given the strange timing, was it just a test or something...
Here is how Taiwan can deter a predator bigger than itself: Use widely dispersed smaller weaponry to inflict considerable pain — aka the "porcupine strategy."
What the former marine did was stupid at best. But how about providing the funding, the technology, and overall support that built up the Chinese PLA?
The Chinese military seeks to build its first naval base on the Atlantic coast. China will gain a major foothold in the Atlantic Ocean if the...
A recent analysis revealed a declining US military — a timely reminder for Japan that deterring war is and always has been a costly endeavor.
The expert panel's focus on Japan's defense buildup is called for, but what Japan really needs is an overhaul of its security and foreign policy posturing.
Xi's has reformed the PLA to follow his larger strategic vision, placing greater emphasis on military diplomacy and seeking armed dominance in the region.
China’s actions against Japan are a signal to deter its pursuit of the free and open Indo-Pacific and dampen Tokyo’s growing global profile and regional voice.
China’s actions threaten to create a Taiwan crisis, which would be a Japan crisis, and could quickly create the danger of war in East Asia.
PRC live fire exercise near Taiwan evoked chilling images of war (and the PLA in action) just as Japan was remembering the atomic bombing of Hiroshima.