CIMSEC received a tremendous response to Project Trident’s call for articles on regional strategies, supported by Yokosuka Council on Asia Pacific Studies, the Institute for Security Policy Kiel University, and the Dominican Command and Naval Staff School. Authors from many parts of the world responded with insights and perspectives on nations and navies facing myriad challenges. Across these many countries it becomes apparent how maritime security features many common themes while retaining unique geographic context.
YCAPS is particularly pleased by the fresh analysis of Indo-Pacific maritime issues. For example:
“China’s Aircraft Carriers and Southeast Asia: Testing Coercive Naval Diplomacy?” by Shang-su Wu
“Illegal Fishing in the South Pacific: What Can the Chilean Navy Do?” by Francisco Martinez
“The Sino-Japanese Maritime Disputes in the East China Sea” by Yoichiro Sato
“A South Pacific Island-Led Approach to Regional Maritime Security” by Michael van Ginkel
“Between the Giants: The Future of the Taiwanese Navy in an Era of Great Power Competition” by Jonathan Selling
“Vietnam’s Struggles in the South China Sea: Challenges and Opportunities” by Viet Hung Nguyen Cao
“Southeast Asia: A New Strategic Nexus for Japan’s Maritime Strategy” by John Bradford
“Unraveling China with Soft Balancing: Malaysia, ASEAN, and the South China Sea” by Afdal Izal
We just sent you an email. Please click the link in the email to confirm your subscription!