Some details have emerged about Britains future Type 32 Frigate, which is supposed to be ready in the 2030s.
B. J. Armstrong in a piece for War on the Rocks called The Shared Genius of Mahan and Corbett: Articles in the pages of the leading naval journals include titles like “Going to War with China? Ignore Corbett. Dust Off Mahan!” and “Going to War With China? Dust Off Corbett!” Even here at War on […]
Interview with Ian Bowers about whether coast guards are becoming more militarized, and if the boundaries between navies and coast guards are getting blurred.
Here is my interview with Jeremy Stöhs about the challenges for European navies in an age of renewed great power competition.
It was not an impressive show of force, when Russia’s nuclear submarine broke down during transit of the Danish straits.
Estonia requires a 48 hours prior notice before innocent passage of foreign warships, which does not seem in line with UNCLOS. This is counterproductive if Western states want Russia to comply with the treaty.
In this video Tim Choi explains the basics of naval diplomacy. He also gives his view on the applicability of unmanned ships for FONOPs and a range of other related topics.
Estonia has procured a significant number of naval mines in order to improve its sea denial capabilities.
The U.S. Aggressor Squadron (AGGRON) is dedicated to playing the enemy in exercises, but there must be caveats as to how accurately that can be done.
New study documents that the Canadian Arctic has become significantly easier to navigate in the last decade.