Asia-Pacific

Defense One Radio, Ep. 153: Behind the rise in global defense spending, Part 2: China and the Indo-Pacific

Why is the region in the middle of an arms race? And what do analysts think China is really spending on its military?

Paparo takes the helm at INDOPACOM

Today is the “most dangerous time,” says outgoing Adm. Aquilino.

Will Australia’s giant quantum project bring militaries’ fears to life?

A $620 million contract aims to make a computer powerful enough to break codes by 2027.

Australia aims to double its naval fleet. Can its plan work?

Questions remain about financial commitment, manpower, schedule, and ability to avoid acquisition missteps.

Global defense spending jumped in 2023

Security crises drove year-over-year growth to its highest level in a decade.

Defense concerns sink Korean bid for shipbuilder Austal

The Australian firm rebuffed a $662 million offer from South Korea’s Hanwha Ocean.

Defense One Radio, Ep. 149: The state of the Army

Our annual State of Defense series continues with a focus on the Army.