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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.

Indo-Pacific Trade: Bring Washington Back to the Table
October 08, 2021

Indo-Pacific Trade: Bring Washington Back to the Table

By Ami Bera and Wendy Cutler
The Biden administration should prioritize a forward-looking and impactful economic and trade agenda with the Indo-Pacific region, especially when it comes to digital trade.
AUKUS and the Indo-Pacific: Geopolitics, Technology, and Deterrence
September 28, 2021

AUKUS and the Indo-Pacific: Geopolitics, Technology, and Deterrence

By Ankit Panda
What does the new U.S.-UK-Australia trilateral cooperative partnership entail?

What Does the New AUKUS Alliance Mean for Southeast Asia?
September 17, 2021

What Does the New AUKUS Alliance Mean for Southeast Asia?

By Sebastian Strangio
The new partnership is likely to be greeted with ambivalence in a region that has little appetite for a new Cold War.

How Washington Sees Southeast Asia and ASEAN
September 16, 2021

How Washington Sees Southeast Asia and ASEAN

By Luke Hunt
A conversation about why the Quad matters

Kamala Harris’ Southeast Asia Visit Shows Biden’s Southeast Asia Policy Still Lacks a Clear Roadmap
August 27, 2021

Kamala Harris’ Southeast Asia Visit Shows Biden’s Southeast Asia Policy Still Lacks a Clear Roadmap

By Xirui Li and Dingding Chen
The expansion of U.S. cooperation with Southeast Asia was a welcome step, but the question of long-term strategy remains.

In Biden’s ‘America First’ Lite, Allies and Partners Come Second
August 23, 2021

In Biden’s ‘America First’ Lite, Allies and Partners Come Second

By William Choong
After the fall of Kabul, there will be an element of doubt surrounding U.S. commitments in the Indo-Pacific.
The Case for a New North Korean Nuclear Deal
August 11, 2021

The Case for a New North Korean Nuclear Deal

By Iordanka Alexandrova
Mutual distrust has doomed past efforts to settle a deal between the U.S. and North Korea. 

As Summits Loom, Biden Administration Bolsters Engagement With Southeast Asia
August 02, 2021

As Summits Loom, Biden Administration Bolsters Engagement With Southeast Asia

By Sebastian Strangio
While differences remain, Washington's current efforts will go some way to allaying Southeast Asian concerns about U.S. disengagement from the region.

‘Welcome Home’: Evacuation Flight Brings 200 Afghans to US
July 30, 2021

‘Welcome Home’: Evacuation Flight Brings 200 Afghans to US

By Ellen Knickmeyer and Matthew Lee
Subsequent flights are due to bring more of the roughly 700 applicants who are farthest along in the process of getting visas.

US Defense Chief Set for Southeast Asia Trip
July 20, 2021

US Defense Chief Set for Southeast Asia Trip

By Sebastian Strangio
Lloyd Austin's three-nation tour comes amid concerns about a lack of focus in U.S. engagement with the region.
Biden Says U.S. War in Afghanistan Will End August 31
July 09, 2021

Biden Says U.S. War in Afghanistan Will End August 31

By Zeke Miller and Aamer Madhani
Biden said he didn't trust the Taliban but trusted the capacity of the Afghan military to defend the government.

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