“A Comparative Survey of Security Approaches toward Unexplained Aerial Phenomena across The Indo-Pacific” is the latest perspective paper for Security Nexus by John Reiss, the Center’s editor. The article details the recent rise in Unexplained Aerial Phenomena (UAP) reports and takes a look at how different countries across the Indo-Pacific region approach the potential threats posed by them. Despite being regional rivals, countries like the United States, China, and Russia all seem to take similar approaches toward addressing individual UAP instances as well as how they analyze and study this intriguing mystery.

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