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How Cobra Gold Helps the US Strengthen Its Indo-Pacific Partnerships

How Cobra Gold Helps the US Strengthen Its Indo-Pacific Partnerships

By Xavier Brunson and Cody Chick
Through combined exercises and enduring engagements, the United States is building "deterrence through assurance."

The Squad: Adding an ‘S’ for Security

The Squad: Adding an ‘S’ for Security

By Oorja Tapan
The Philippines is not replacing India in the Quad, but India’s hesitancy on the security agenda in the region in hopes of not triggering China dilutes the Quad’s focus.
India-Japan ‘Dharma Guardian’ Exercise 

India-Japan ‘Dharma Guardian’ Exercise 

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
Military engagements between India and Japan have been on a steady growth path that mirrors the shared political and strategic goals of Delhi and Tokyo.

India-France Relations: New Avenues For Cooperation in the Indo-Pacific

India-France Relations: New Avenues For Cooperation in the Indo-Pacific

By Akash Sahu
The two countries have been trying to avoid depending on the United States for security, while also denouncing China’s belligerent posture.

US Coast Guard’s Role in the Blue Pacific on the Rise

US Coast Guard’s Role in the Blue Pacific on the Rise

By Ben Felton
The United States has reinforced its presence in Oceania through the permanent deployment of a new U.S. Coast Guard cutter to the region.

What’s Driving Taiwan’s Mass Protests?
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What’s Driving Taiwan’s Mass Protests?

India: Time to Put the Pacific in Indo-Pacific

India: Time to Put the Pacific in Indo-Pacific

By Grant Wyeth
Reaching further out into the Pacific demonstrates New Delhi’s strategic intent on being a balancing actor, but also an important power in its own right. 

Is This the Australian Government’s Marshall Plan?

Is This the Australian Government’s Marshall Plan?

By Marc Purcell and Grant Wyeth
The Albanese government announced its new International Development Policy which aims to create the foundations for a peaceful, stable and prosperous Indo-Pacific. 
A NATO Office in Japan: Much Ado About Not Much

A NATO Office in Japan: Much Ado About Not Much

By Jean-Loup Samaan
Speculations surrounding the impact of the proposed NATO office in Tokyo are wildly overhyped.

The High Seas Treaty: A Tall Order for Implementation?

The High Seas Treaty: A Tall Order for Implementation?

By Troy Han
Unless countries remain committed to enforce adequate oversight and protection of the oceans that they depend on, it would be inconceivable for their blue economies to stay afloat.

Pacific Responses to AUKUS a Mix of Unease and Understanding

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.

Military Chief Says US Will Defend Indo-Pacific Freedoms

Military Chief Says US Will Defend Indo-Pacific Freedoms

By Associated Press
U.S. doesn’t seek conflict or to contain China INDOPACOM chief Aquilino said, but would take action to support the region against bullying.
The Biden Administration’s National Security Strategy and Asia

The Biden Administration’s National Security Strategy and Asia

By Ankit Panda and Catherine Putz
How does the Biden administration’s National Security Strategy see Asia?

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