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It’s Time for the Quad to Chart a Bold Course on Space Governance
October 22, 2021

It’s Time for the Quad to Chart a Bold Course on Space Governance

By Ankit Panda and Benjamin Silverstein
The Quad countries should consult on space situational awareness, conjunction avoidance, and orbital debris issues.

Does AUKUS Violate the Pledge of a Nuclear-Free South Pacific? China Thinks It Might.
October 22, 2021

Does AUKUS Violate the Pledge of a Nuclear-Free South Pacific? China Thinks It Might.

By Ryan A. Musto
China is tapping into broader anti-nuclear sentiment in the region to attack Australia's nuclear submarine deal.
US Leadership Could Change Course of Myanmar’s Human Rights Crisis
October 22, 2021

US Leadership Could Change Course of Myanmar’s Human Rights Crisis

By Carolyn Nash
A U.S.-led coalition that intensifies this pressure could change the course of Myanmar’s protracted human rights disaster. 

Biden’s Nominee for Singapore Ambassador Pledges to Bolster Economic, Security Ties
October 22, 2021

Biden’s Nominee for Singapore Ambassador Pledges to Bolster Economic, Security Ties

By Sebastian Strangio
However, tech entrepreneur Jonathan Kaplan's promise to raise press freedom concerns is likely to get a chilly reception.

A Quad for the Middle East?
October 22, 2021

A Quad for the Middle East?

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
The difficulties with traditional multilateralism is leading to a renewed focus on minilateralism. Expect more quads.

New Rule From US Commerce May Help Limit Spread of North Korean Cybercrime
October 21, 2021

New Rule From US Commerce May Help Limit Spread of North Korean Cybercrime

By Jason Bartlett
How does a new rule barring the export and resale of cyber “intrusion software” to China and Russia without the proper license mitigate the North Korean cyber threat?

The Biden Administration Has Shown Unwavering Support for Taiwan
October 21, 2021

The Biden Administration Has Shown Unwavering Support for Taiwan

By Derek Grossman
Building on the Trump administration's tough line, President Joe Biden and his cabinet have missed no opportunity to reiterate the U.S. commitment to Taipei.
Opportunities Open Up For Reset in US-India-Pakistan Relations
October 21, 2021

Opportunities Open Up For Reset in US-India-Pakistan Relations

By Don McLain Gill
India can expect to maximize its relations with the U.S. without worrying about the Pakistan factor.

The Case for Renaming TECRO
October 21, 2021

The Case for Renaming TECRO

By Chien-Huei Wu and Nai-Yu Chen
Renaming Taiwan’s de facto embassy in the U.S. to “Taiwan Representative Office” would be both meaningful and consistent with U.S. foreign policy.

AUKUS Is Only Half the Equation
October 18, 2021

AUKUS Is Only Half the Equation

By Ryan Nabil
The United States and Britain should prioritize economic ties in their emerging Asia alliance.

The Gaps in the New Regional Security Architecture for the Indo-Pacific
October 16, 2021

The Gaps in the New Regional Security Architecture for the Indo-Pacific

By Hanns W. Maull
The current effort – including AUKUS and the Quad – is missing three critical ingredients compared to early efforts in Cold War Europe.
The Shift in China-US Competition
October 13, 2021

The Shift in China-US Competition

By Hoang Vu and Thuc D Pham
The change from all out to “responsible” competition presents an opportunity for the Indo-Pacific. 

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