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NATO in Asia

China’s NATO Anxiety

China’s NATO Anxiety

By Matti Puranen
China sees NATO as an important component of U.S.-led “bloc confrontation” – which it views as a strategy of weaving webs of international coalitions to contain China’s rise.

NATO and Indo-Pacific Partners

NATO and Indo-Pacific Partners

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Mirna Galic. 
Sweden Joins NATO: Implications for the Indo-Pacific

Sweden Joins NATO: Implications for the Indo-Pacific

By Jagannath Panda and Mahima Duggal
As NATO looks eastward with an eye on China, Sweden’s accession will also impact Indo-Pacific countries.

China’s Ambivalence on the North Korea-Russia Security Alignment

China’s Ambivalence on the North Korea-Russia Security Alignment

By Wooyeal Paik
There are both pros and cons for Beijing as Russia and North Korea expand their arms trade and strategic cooperation.

Russian Defense Minister Uses Stage at Chinese Military Forum to Accuse US of Fueling Tensions

Russian Defense Minister Uses Stage at Chinese Military Forum to Accuse US of Fueling Tensions

By Simina Mistreanu
Sergei Shoigu also accused NATO of trying to expand its footprint in the Asia-Pacific under the pretense of seeking dialogue and collaboration with regional countries.

6 Myths about NATO’s Engagement in the Indo-Pacific

6 Myths about NATO’s Engagement in the Indo-Pacific

By TSURUOKA Michito
No matter where you stand, at least get the facts straight.

Japan Forges Closer Ties to NATO 

Japan Forges Closer Ties to NATO 

By Thisanka Siripala
Kishida champions the Free and Open Indo-Pacific message at the NATO summit.
New Zealand Gets Ready to Embrace NATO

New Zealand Gets Ready to Embrace NATO

By Geoffrey Miller
Prime Minister Chris Hipkins will attend the NATO summit in Lithuania, not long after his first visit to China.

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.

Why NATO’s Planned Liaison Office in Japan Is a Bad Idea

Why NATO’s Planned Liaison Office in Japan Is a Bad Idea

By Kelly Grieco
Although Indo-Pacific countries are seemingly receptive to the idea, NATO’s greater involvement in the region may well do more harm than good to security and stability.

Japan and NATO: An Inevitable Partnership?

Japan and NATO: An Inevitable Partnership?

By James Kaizuka
Japan may not be located in the North Atlantic, but it and NATO are natural partners with increasingly overlapping interests and with much to offer each other. 
NATO-Japan Relations Have Room To Grow

NATO-Japan Relations Have Room To Grow

By Matthew Venoit
Stronger ties between NATO and Japan are mutually beneficial, reinforce Japan’s deterrence-based denial strategy, and should be institutionalized.

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