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The Biden Administration’s National Security Strategy and Asia
October 19, 2022

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?

India-Australia Ties: Assessing Jaishankar’s Australia Trip
October 11, 2022

India-Australia Ties: Assessing Jaishankar’s Australia Trip

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
India and Australia’s relationship has progressed remarkably, underscoring shared concerns in the Indo-Pacific.
A Fourth Taiwan Strait Crisis or an Inflection Point for the Status Quo?
August 17, 2022

A Fourth Taiwan Strait Crisis or an Inflection Point for the Status Quo?

By Ankit Panda and Catherine Putz
What do the events of early August 2022 in the Taiwan Strait portend for the future of the Asia-Pacific?

Malaysia and the ‘Indo-Pacific’: Why the Hesitancy?
August 09, 2022

Malaysia and the ‘Indo-Pacific’: Why the Hesitancy?

By Khoo Ying Hooi
The country's strategic and policymaking class has been slow to get on board the new strategic concept.

Quad Summit Indicates Growing Strength
May 26, 2022

Quad Summit Indicates Growing Strength

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
The latest Quad meeting underscored continued growth, but when will the four countries seriously confront the matter of direct security cooperation?

Regional Partners Seek Clarity on Biden’s Indo-Pacific Economic Framework
April 15, 2022

Regional Partners Seek Clarity on Biden’s Indo-Pacific Economic Framework

By Matthew P. Goodman and Aidan Arasasingham
Addressing regional concerns will be difficult, take time, and require U.S. policymakers to be responsive. But failure is not an option.

Why Is the Indo-Pacific Important for Europe?
February 25, 2022

Why Is the Indo-Pacific Important for Europe?

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
A proactive Europe is welcomed by many in the Indo-Pacific, a reality highlighted by a recent ministerial forum focused on cooperation in the region.
The Indo-Pacific Should Not Command All of US Attention
February 18, 2022

The Indo-Pacific Should Not Command All of US Attention

By David Hutt
Withdrawing from Europe and the Middle East to focus on the Indo-Pacific would be a misstep for Washington.

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.

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