15-08-2019
How UAVs can assist in resolving the Indo-Pacific challenges
David Willems
  The South China Sea is an area of great importance – economically, politically and militarily. Not only does one-third of the world’s shipping pass through it, worth around US$5 trillion annually, but according to various reports, it also promises to be rich in oil and gas reserves [1]. For decades, it’s been home to multiple territorial disputes involving China, Taiwan, Vietnam, the Philippines, Malaysia and Brunei. Ranging from impounding fishing vessels through to occupation of islands, these largely unresolved issues have contributed to growing tensions between China and US relations in Asia.   The Pacific Ocean is the largest and deepest ocean on […]