BrahMos Aerospace is working on a slimmer variant of its cruise missile for the Indian Navy’s new batch of diesel-electric attack submarines.
Flooding and landslides are proliferating amid heavy rainfall.
What will become of Kulbushan Jadhav’s case at the International Court of Justice (ICJ)?
The Philippines is one of the most deadly countries for HRDs. Activists, with women at the forefront, are trying to change that.
Instead, Tokyo and Seoul should address their differences bilaterally, the top U.S. diplomat for East Asia said.
The quest to advance American competitiveness could learn from a Reagan-era project.
Last week, two coalitions sent competing letters to the UN Human Rights Council criticizing or backing China’s Xinjiang policies.
The Indian Navy is expected to make its first tranche of payments by the end of this month.
As survivors and bereaved families remember the victims of last year’s floods, residents prepare for another potentially deadly rainy season.
The Chandrayaan 2 mission was called off less than an hour before launch, due to a “technical snag.”
A tender for the procurement of 100 heavyweight torpedoes for the Indian Navy was reportedly issued earlier in July.
Urdu is a long-time part of Indian culture, not an alien presence to be purged.
The exercises come after the approval of a major U.S. arms package for Taiwan.
The next probable U.S. chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff sees more missiles in the Pacific as a useful capability.
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The tests send a sharp message to the United States Navy.
The lunar mission comes amid a changing strategic context for outer space.
There are signs that online courses are increasing the range of North Koreans who have access to university education.
Like every imaginative space, the Indo-Pacific is a construct of contested interpretation.
Bangladesh has turned its neighbors’ rivalry into billions of dollars in investment and military equipment.
The EU’s drive to become the defender of multilateralism promises further opportunities for Southeast Asia.
How the India-China competition for influence in Sri Lanka plays out in the security realm.
On June 28, the Philippines was hit by its third suicide bombing. Will such tactics finally take root in the Philippines?
Populist pressures have caught up to Washington as Trump gears up for re-election.
The latest kidnappings highlight security risks for Chinese expatriates in Nigeria. But so far, that hasn’t slowed Chinese investment.
While Prayut focuses on solidifying control over Bangkok, the insurgency in the south has gained strength.
Mixing symbolic cinematography, imaginative storylines, and harsh societal critiques, Korea has joined the zombie craze.
Admiral John Richardson holds last conference with Chinese counterpart before retiring.
It’s a promising step, but needs to be translated into concrete action through a legally binding mechanism.
Japan says its Hayabusa2 spacecraft successfully landed on the asteroid and obtained soil samples.
KMT contenders struggle to pull away from each other as political momentum shifts back to the ruling DPP.
The independence of the Baltic states also seemed unthinkable — until it became reality.
Four of six people taken from Vanuatu by Chinese police recently had dual citizenship up until the time Beijing came for them.
Public sector contract workers went on strike to protest their unequal status — and uneven government progress on the issue.
Nepal’s Gurkha veterans continue their struggle against Britain.
The riots of July 2009 caused a major rethink of China’s “colonial project” in Xinjiang.
The former president, ensconced with supporters at his home in Koi-Tash, is headed for a confrontation.
North Korea slammed South Korea over its ongoing deployment of high-tech U.S. fighter jets.
The delivery of a Chinese frigate to the South Asian nation reinforces its role within competition between the two Asian giants.
The latest iteration of the drills was just the latest manifestation of ongoing efforts by the two countries to bolster their security ties.
The Pakistan Air Force plans to operationally deploy the latest variant of the JF-17 fighter jet in 2020.
How did a small, impoverished kingdom on the edge of Europe become a global maritime power at the beginning of the 16th century?
India has big plans for AI, but more needs to be done in the area of execution.
What’s at the core of rising Japan-South Korea tensions and what will it take for the two countries to walk back?
A freeze was never envisioned as the end of talks with North Korea. It may be the beginning of denuclearization.
South Korean divestment from China is precisely what the Trump administration would like to see.
Hanoi needs to consider the environmental and strategic consequences of reliance on Chinese coal projects.
Tensions between Seoul and Tokyo show no sign of abating as their governments continue to trade barbs.
China’s largesse in the Pacific nation is growing, but some worry Beijing’s influence threatens Tonga’s future.
India’s IAC-1 aircraft carrier will likely conduct basin trials in February and March next year, according to a senior Indian naval official.