UK Carrier Strike Group flagship HMS Queen Elizabeth to arrive in Japan

The flagship of the UK’s Carrier Strike Group deployment (CSG21), aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth, will visit Japan from this weekend. The visit will be a powerful demonstration of the UK’s close and enduring partnership with Japan and the UK’s commitment to maritime security in the Indo-Pacific region. The visit is part of the maiden

HMAS Warramunga put her recently upgraded capability to the test during Exercise Malabar 2021.

HMAS Warramunga put her recently upgraded capability to the test during Exercise Malabar 2021. Malabar 2021 was held off the coast of Guam with ships and aircraft from India, Japan and the United States. This was the second consecutive year that Australia had participated. This was Warramunga’s first major deployment since her Anzac mid-life capability

By |2021-09-02T13:49:00+03:00September 2nd, 2021|Categories: Military Affairs|Tags: , , , , , |0 Comments

Chinese troops set out for SCO joint exercise “Peace Mission 2021”

The first echelon of the Chinese troops to participate in the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) "Peace Mission 2021" joint anti-terrorism military exercise left Baicheng, northeast China's Jilin Province, for the exercise venue in Orenburg Oblast, Russia, by railway on the evening of August 26. The drill will be held at the Donguz training ground in

Japan Calls on China to Hold Relevant Elections in Hong Kong

Japan calls on China to hold relevant elections in Hong Kong in a fair manner that are open to candidates representing a wide range of political opinions. Statement of Japan on the Situation surrounding Hong Kong Since its return in 1997, Hong Kong has enjoyed prosperity brought about by a free and open system where

Biden and Modi Agreed to Continue Close Cooperation to Promote a Free and Open Indo-Pacific

US President Joe Biden and India Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke on issues such as Covid-19, Global Economy, climate change, and close cooperation between the two countries. Both leaders committing that the United States and India will work closely together to win the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic, renew their partnership on climate change,

What are the Advantages of Hypersonic Weapons

The history of war shows that speed is a key indicator to measure the performance of weapons and equipment, and it is also an important fulcrum for opening the door to victory. Hypersonic weapons combine ultra-high-speed, high damage, and high defense penetration capabilities. They have become another strategic commanding height in aerospace military competition among

By |2021-02-04T15:14:59+03:00February 4th, 2021|Categories: Analysis, Technology|Tags: , , , , , , , , , |4 Comments

India: We are Monitoring the Situation in Myanmar Closely

A press release from the Ministry of External Affairs of India stated that; We have noted the developments in Myanmar with deep concern. India has always been steadfast in its support to the process of democratic transition in Myanmar. We believe that the rule of law and the democratic process must be upheld. We are

By |2021-02-01T07:07:46+03:00February 1st, 2021|Categories: Military Affairs, News|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

BREAKING: Blast Near Israel Embassy in Delhi Cars Damaged

Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs: There were no casualties in the blast and no damage to the embassy building. The incident is under investigation by the authorities in India who are in contact with the relevant Israeli authorities. Officials in India and Israel refer to the incident as a security incident directed against Israeli embassy

By |2021-01-29T17:10:22+03:00January 29th, 2021|Categories: News|Tags: , |0 Comments

Multinational exercise Sea Dragon concludes in Guam

The U.S. Navy and partners from Australia, Canada, India and Japan successfully completed operations for the multilateral exercise Sea Dragon 2021 in Guam, Jan. 27. For two weeks, over 190 personnel from the five nations conducted over 250 hours of ground and classroom training, culminating in high-level exercises to track a real-world U.S. Navy submarine.

Indian Navy to Coordinate Second Edition Of Largest Coastal Defence Exercise

The second edition of the biennial pan-India coastal defence exercise ‘Sea Vigil-21’ will be conducted on 12-13 January 2021. The exercise, inaugural  edition of which was conducted in January 2019; will be undertaken along the entire 7516 km coastline and Exclusive Economic Zone of India and will involve all the 13 coastal States and Union Territories

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