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China and North Korea’s Missiles: Having the Cake and Eating It?
Beijing bitterly opposes the deployment of US missile defence systems in South Korea, but unless it is prepared to implement sanctions which would seriously punish Pyongyang’s missile aggrandisement, such deployments are ...
Malaysia’s Navy Deal with China: Meeting A Complex Security Challenge
Beyond geopolitics, the latest revelation of Malaysia’s purchase of Littoral Mission Ships from China needs to be viewed in perspective.
China’s Militarisation of the South China Sea: Creating a Strategic Strait?
China continues to up the ante in the South China Sea (SCS), by moving more military and paramilitary forces into the area. The apparent objective is to turn the SCS into a Chinese-controlled waterway and strategic chokepoint.