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Marcos Will Have to Steer the Philippines Through Turbulent Waters
June 08, 2022

Marcos Will Have to Steer the Philippines Through Turbulent Waters

By Don McLain Gill
The incoming president will enter office at a crucial and perilous time in global geopolitics.

Global NATO Takes Shape Ahead of US-ASEAN Meet
May 05, 2022

Global NATO Takes Shape Ahead of US-ASEAN Meet

By Luke Hunt
Democracies on the edge in Southeast Asia likely face difficult choices in the years to come.
Australia, UK, US Alliance to Develop Hypersonic Missiles
April 06, 2022

Australia, UK, US Alliance to Develop Hypersonic Missiles

By Aamer Madhani
The announcement follows AUKUS initial pledge to help equip Australia with a fleet of nuclear-powered submarines.

‘Tilting’ or Toppling: Assessing the UK’s Indo-Pacific Policy One Year on
March 16, 2022

‘Tilting’ or Toppling: Assessing the UK’s Indo-Pacific Policy One Year on

By Scott Edwards, Rob Yates, and Asmiati Malik
The U.K. still needs to identify how it will attain its ambitious goals and demonstrate its ability to provide collective goods to a region that for the most part remains skeptical.

Is ‘AUKUS Plus’ a Viable Option?
January 26, 2022

Is ‘AUKUS Plus’ a Viable Option?

By Jagannath Panda
The absence of an Asian voice in an Indo-Pacific security alliance does not bode well. How can AUKUS include other states?

2021 in Asian Geopolitics: A Retrospective
December 18, 2021

2021 in Asian Geopolitics: A Retrospective

By Ankit Panda and Catherine Putz
What were the major developments and events that drove geopolitical trends in Asia in 2021?

AUKUS: Why Britain Was the Big Winner
December 02, 2021

AUKUS: Why Britain Was the Big Winner

By David Camroux
London avoided the worst of the fallout with France, but stands to reap the most benefits from the deal.
AUKUS’ Reception in the Indo-Pacific
November 24, 2021

AUKUS’ Reception in the Indo-Pacific

Shihoko Goto, Manjari Chatterjee Miller, and Susannah Patton discuss the implications of AUKUS for countries in the region.

Impact of AUKUS on US-EU Relations
November 22, 2021

Impact of AUKUS on US-EU Relations

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Frédéric Grare.

Japan’s Ambivalent AUKUS Response
November 16, 2021

Japan’s Ambivalent AUKUS Response

By TSURUOKA Michito
Tokyo has been generally welcoming, but not without a feeling of unease.

AUKUS, Civic Decay, and the Challenges Facing Democratic Coalitions
November 15, 2021

AUKUS, Civic Decay, and the Challenges Facing Democratic Coalitions

By Grant Wyeth
Adherence to democratic values and practices is essential for maintaining stability in Australia’s neighborhood. That extends to alliance maintenance, too.
Australia’s PM Denies He Lied to France’s Macron Over Sub Deal
November 02, 2021

Australia’s PM Denies He Lied to France’s Macron Over Sub Deal

By Rod McGuirk
Deputy Prime Minister Joyce chimed in as well: “We didn’t deface Eiffel Tower... We got out of that contract.”

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