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Jumpstarting an Indian Ocean Region Approach for the United States
December 17, 2021

Jumpstarting an Indian Ocean Region Approach for the United States

By Jeffrey Payne
Engagement by the United States throughout the wider Indian Ocean Region has a mixed record at best.

German Navy Chief Vows Long-term Commitment to Indo-Pacific
November 10, 2021

German Navy Chief Vows Long-term Commitment to Indo-Pacific

By Mari Yamaguchi
In Tokyo for a port call by the frigate Bayern, the German navy chief underscored his country's concerns about freedom of navigation in the Indo-Pacific.
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.

US Navy, Marines Conclude Giant Two-Ocean Exercise
August 27, 2021

US Navy, Marines Conclude Giant Two-Ocean Exercise

By Steven Stashwick
Large Scale Exercise 2021 was a look at how the Navy might fight China and Russia at the same time.

Europe in Europe, America in Asia?
August 18, 2021

Europe in Europe, America in Asia?

By TSURUOKA Michito
While we need to cast a more critical eye on what Europe can actually bring to the Indo-Pacific, it is too early to dismiss Europe’s military engagement in the region.

India-France Naval Exercise: Growing Strategic Synergy
May 13, 2021

India-France Naval Exercise: Growing Strategic Synergy

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
France has emerged as one of India’s closest strategic partners and the relationship is likely to bloom further in the coming years. 

The ‘Quad’ Summit: Delivering Value in the Indo-Pacific
March 17, 2021

The ‘Quad’ Summit: Delivering Value in the Indo-Pacific

By Ankit Panda
The meeting of the leaders of the four countries marks an important milestone in the development of the ‘Quad’ as a regional mechanism.
Geography Still Leads Defense Policy
March 11, 2021

Geography Still Leads Defense Policy

By Jacob Parakilas
The Pentagon’s new Pacific Deterrence Initiative demonstrates that we’re still a long way away from the “flattened” world that Thomas Friedman and others imagined.

Australia to Kill Pigeon that Crossed Pacific from Oregon
January 14, 2021

Australia to Kill Pigeon that Crossed Pacific from Oregon

By Associated Press
Named after the U.S. president-elect, the world-traveler is now at the mercy of Australia's strict quarantine service.

The US Strategic Framework for the Indo-Pacific: 3 Curiosities
January 14, 2021

The US Strategic Framework for the Indo-Pacific: 3 Curiosities

By Abhijnan Rej
Reading the recently declassified document side-by-side, the 2019 Indo-Pacific Strategy Report highlights interesting inconsistencies.

What Does the New Asia Power Index Say About the Quad?
October 19, 2020

What Does the New Asia Power Index Say About the Quad?

By Abhijnan Rej
The Lowy index points to a grim bipolar future for Asia.
Five Eyes Defense Ministers Meet Amid Widening Agenda
October 17, 2020

Five Eyes Defense Ministers Meet Amid Widening Agenda

By Abhijnan Rej
Five Eyes consultations are becoming more frequent. But is that necessarily a good thing?

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