The Case for Development Diplomacy in a Militarized Pacific
By James Chabin
If Australia and the United States genuinely desire a peaceful Pacific, they must be as enthusiastic about international development in the region as about security cooperation.
Pacific Responses to AUKUS a Mix of Unease and Understanding
By Dechlan Brennan
The region's worries range from fears of nuclear proliferation to the opportunity cost in terms of climate change, but there is also an understanding of the pact's security rationale.