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Making the Case for Increased US Basing in the Pacific
November 28, 2019

Making the Case for Increased US Basing in the Pacific

By Matt Tuzel
The U.S. should look to establish hub and spoke base networks in the Marianas Islands, Palau, and eventually the Philippines. 

Where Will the US Base Intermediate-Range Missiles in the Pacific?
August 30, 2019

Where Will the US Base Intermediate-Range Missiles in the Pacific?

By Evan Karlik
Japan's Ryukyu Islands and Palau are the most probable contenders for new U.S. intermediate-range missiles.
Rethinking Palau's Place in the Free and Open Indo-Pacific
June 18, 2019

Rethinking Palau's Place in the Free and Open Indo-Pacific

By Michael Walsh
Palau has the potential to meaningfully participate in more subregional architectures and initiatives.

The United States Needs a COFA Strategy
May 11, 2019

The United States Needs a COFA Strategy

By Michael Walsh
Over the next few years, the United States is expected to start renegotiating the terms of its Compacts of Free Association.

How Taiwan Competes With China in the Pacific
August 09, 2018

How Taiwan Competes With China in the Pacific

By Alexandre Dayant and Jonathan Pryke
Taiwan is an active player in the Pacific, home to many of its remaining diplomatic allies.

America's Overlooked Pacific Island Partners
December 19, 2017

America's Overlooked Pacific Island Partners

By Scott Leis
The U.S. is finally taking a more overt interest in the strategic importance of the Freely Associated States.

What to Make of China in the South Pacific?
September 29, 2016

What to Make of China in the South Pacific?

By Grant Wyeth
Long motivated by a recognition war with Taiwan, China's latest diplomacy in the region takes on a strategic tone.
The Pacific Islands Forum Meets in Palau
August 06, 2014

The Pacific Islands Forum Meets in Palau

By Kevin Placek
Can a new leader give the forum some much-needed momentum?

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