January 6, 2019

China’s Top Five War Plans

By: Ian Easton | This publication breaks down Beijing’s likely top five war plans to understand what may be driving China’s military reorganization and reform campaign. Easton analyzes […]
February 14, 2018

Addressing China’s Coercion in the Taiwan Strait

By: Congressman Ted Yoho | The Project 2049 Institute is pleased to announce the publication of remarks made by Congressman Ted Yoho [R-FL] at our event, […]
December 20, 2017

Taiwan’s All-Volunteer Force and Military Transformation

By: Dee Wu | This publication makes the case for a Taiwanese All-Volunteer Force (AVF) military in order to transform it into a more capable combat […]
August 28, 2017

Red Drones Over Disputed Seas: A Field Guide to Chinese UAVs/UCAVs Operating in the Disputed East and South China Seas

By: Ian McCaslin | This publication lays out a field guide for the sailors and pilots operating in the disputed areas of the East and South […]
April 17, 2017

Getting the U.S.-China Relationship Right

By: Senator Cory Gardner | The Project 2049 Institute is pleased to announce the publication of our Futuregram, “Getting the U.S.-China Relationship Right.” Senator Cory Gardner […]
May 16, 2016

Taiwan, Submarines, and Competitive Strategies for U.S.-China Competition

By: Henry Holst | Taiwan’s Indigenous Defense Submarine (IDS) program has spurred a small but fierce debate over the merits of Taiwan’s submarine aspirations. This study […]
January 14, 2016

The Nature of China’s Rise and Why It Matters to the U.S. and Japan: A Japanese Perspective

By: Hiroko Maeda | China’s military buildup has shaken regional stability and poses a challenge to the U.S.-Japan alliance. This study examines China’s security challenges, as […]
November 23, 2015

Developments in China’s Conventional Precision Strike Capabilities

By: Akira Marusaki | Among the range of PLA capabilities undergoing modernization, this study focuses on conventional precision strike capability. In order to address the questions […]
July 22, 2015

Of Monarchs and Military Men: The Political Pathologies that Undermine Democracy in Burma and Thailand

By: Kelley Currie | Since a 2012 outbreak of communal violence targeting Rohingyas in Burma, the trafficking business had been booming. Subsequent official persecution intended to […]
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