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November 2023

Cyberwarfare and the Maritime Domain

KIMS Periscope No. 332 ICRC Regional Resource Network, Asia Pacific André Smit Head of ICRC Mission in Seoul Jamila Hammami pdf view Malicious cyber measures encountered in the maritime domain range from simple criminality, through terrorism, to attacks in the context of armed conflicts.  Cyber operations within the context of an armed conflict may also […]

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Meeting with Prof. Jonathan Caverley, US Naval War College

On November 20, 2023, the Korea Institute for Maritime Strategy hosted a meeting with Professor Jonathan Caverley of the US Naval War College. Professor Caverley’s presentation titled “Fleet Design, Naval Diplomacy, and Grand Strategy” discussed the intrinsic role of navies and the costs and effects of operating navies. The presentation was followed by constructive discussions

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Coercion with Chinese Characteristics: “Gray Zone” Tactics in the West Philippine Sea

KIMS Periscope No. 331 De La Salle University Associate Professor Charmaine Misalucha-Willoughby pdf view China’s coercive measures in the West Philippine Sea have been on the rise. Between August to September 2023 alone, the Chinese Coast Guard (CCG) and maritime militia used dangerous maneuvers to block and harass the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) and the

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Locating Southeast Asia within the Indo-Pacific Maritime Security

KIMS Periscope No. 330 Institute of Defence and Strategic Studies (RSIS) Senior Fellow Collin Koh Swee Lean pdf view In the era of Great Power rivalry between China and the U.S., and the outbreak of war in Ukraine, one may conclude that the South China Sea (SCS) disputes constitute the single most important maritime security

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