OPINION | The nature of sea control and sea denial

The desire of sea control comes from awareness of the maritime dominance. Various human societies have created maritime civilisations through their access to maritime activities. Without maritime activities, no human society could have had the opportunity to produce maritime interests. If maritime interests that stem from these maritime activities may fully satisfy all the parties involved then there is naturally no ground for the occurrence of maritime struggle.

  • Published in Naval

OPINION | The cost of defending Taiwan

Taiwan is a country under siege as it faces the prospect of eventual reunification with China, on China’s terms, and potentially as soon as 2021 – the centenary of the founding of the Chinese Communist Party.

  • Published in Naval
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