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Red Sea Waters: Great Power Competition Beyond the Indo-Pacific

As part of the Maritime Digital Security Series, NESA Manager of Academic Affairs, Mr. Jeffrey Payne, hosted and moderated the virtual roundtable “Red Sea Waters: Great Power Competition Beyond the Indo-Pacific.” The Red Sea is gaining attention among security specialists due to increased activity of regional and non-regional powers along its littoral zones.  Regardless of Read More >

The Concept of a Pacific Combined Maritime Task Force

Jeffrey Payne, NESA Center An idea has been kicked around Washington, DC for a few years that the Indo-Pacific needs some type of cooperative maritime institution.  Reflecting the need for an intensification of maritime collective action among partners in the larger Indo-Pacific, this cooperative institution would serve as a perpetual mechanism for joint training and Read More >

Beyond Public Diplomacy: China’s Security Moves Amidst Covid-19

بالعربية Pусский Jeffrey Payne, NESA Center The Chinese state has a perception problem.  Public opinion of China has plummeted within several of its key trading partners due to the Covid-19 pandemic and negative views of China inevitably impact China’s economic health and international standing.  To counter negative viewpoints of China, the Chinese Communist Party has Read More >

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