Slowly but surely, Trump chips away at the foundations for reassurance in the U.S.-South Korea alliance.
China's first domestic carrier launches. What's next?
Trilateralism over the North Korean issue with the United States has temporarily drawn attention away from bilateral tensions.
A new database offers insight into 33 years of North Korean missile testing.
China's retaliation against South Korea for the deployment of THAAD continues.
Philippine authorities are investigating an incident near Gaven Reef, where China has built an artificial island.
The United States didn't send a carrier to the Korean peninsula, but Pyongyang was under the impression it did.
Melissa Hanham explains why what North Korea showed off at its latest military parade really matters.
The Chinese Navy wants to be taken seriously as a guarantor of the global commons.
North Korea's latest missile launch attempt out of Sinpo fails.
North Korea showed the world that it's doing what it needs to to deter its enemies.
The Obama administration's 'Major Defense Partner' designation for India is paying dividends.
Kulbhushan Jadhav's sentencing by a Pakistani military court brings India-Pakistan ties to the brink.
Michael Hayden's recent comments on THAAD will vindicate Beijing's view on the missile defense system.
North Korean hackers may have glimpsed OPLAN 5027.
Taipei and Tokyo will convene later this year to discuss oceanographic survey rights for Taiwan.
Chinese rhetoric remains hotly in opposition to THAAD, but what else will Beijing do?
13 new countries were approved as members of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank earlier this month.
Let's make one thing clear: India can explore a pre-emptive first strike without changing its 2003 nuclear doctrine.
Indian National Security Adviser Ajit Doval met the U.S. defense secretary in Washington, D.C., last week.
So far, U.S.-China ties haven't seen a drastic deterioration. What does the future hold for U.S.-China ties?
China dispatched a PLA honor guard to Pakistan's Republic Day parade.
The next high-level Trump administration official to go to Asia will be none other than the vice president.
Vietnam's prime minister asked for South Korea's support in ongoing disputes in the South China Sea.
The French vessel will join Japanese, British, and U.S. ships for a multilateral exercise later this year.
New signs emerge that the prospect of Chinese construction at South China Sea hasn't entirely faded since 2016.
Japanese civilians are being prepared for a potential North Korean ballistic missile attack.
Satellite imagery shows additional Chinese work on its island possessions in the Paracel group.
Don't hold your breath for the language of the 'pivot' or 'rebalance' to make a return anytime soon.
The meeting will be the first high-level summit between the 12 countries since the U.S. withdrawal from the agreement.
How does Japan see its threat environment and what are its defense priorities?
Is the Indian Ocean Rim Association looking to raise its profile?
The United States' freedom of navigation program focuses on more than just China.
As the United States and South Korea continue their annual exercises, North Korea launched multiple ballistic missiles.
Anticipating slower overall growth, China slows the pace of its year-on-year defense spending growth.
A recent Islamic State video featuring Uyghurs threatening China shouldn't have come as a surprise.
China returns to the Miyako Strait.
The bilateral relationship between Male and Riyadh hasn't received too much attention to date, but is quickly growing.
Riyadh's economic ambitions paired with its historic political goals leave ties with Asia-Pacific states non-optional.