South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol has introduced a profound shift in the country’s foreign policy, aligning it more closely with the United States.
On Wednesday we looked at why the Pentagon recently launched a program called Replicator, which aims to develop and manufacture in only two years
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The August 18, 2023 summit that brought together the leaders of Japan, South Korea and the United States at Camp David was rightly hailed as a
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Taiwan needs to show commitment to its own defense if it is to secure military support from countries like the U.S., according to the former U.S.
News of a surprise delivery of the famous Stinger short-range anti-air missile system follows just weeks after Taiwan announced it had started testing
Svetla Ben-Itzhak, Air University Headlines proclaiming the rise of a new “space race” between the U.S. and China have become common in news
Peter K. Lee, University of Sydney The AUKUS submarine announcement earlier this month reignited a long-running debate about how to best preserve
Before vacating his position as leader of the U.S.’ Indo-Pacific Command, Admiral Phil Davidson shocked the military world by testifying that China