Japan, Quad 3.0, and the Thucydides Trap in the Indo-Pacific
By Daisuke Akimoto
The Thucydides trap cannot be overlooked in considering Japan’s national security strategy in conjunction with the Quad as well as the Japan-U.S. alliance.
Time for the Quad to Expand Into Subnational Partnerships
By Matt Abbott
Engagement between local governments can help the grouping better address shared security and economic challenges.
The Shift in China-US Competition
By Hoang Vu and Thuc D Pham
The change from all out to “responsible” competition presents an opportunity for the Indo-Pacific.
Quad Leaders Have Put Forward a Plan, Not a Promise
By Danny Russel
The Quad that the U.S. is now cultivating is focused on what they seek to achieve, not merely what they want to counter.
Coup and Conundrum: Myanmar and the Quad
By Abhijnan Rej
It is highly unlikely the four Quad countries would be able to converge on a common course of action after the February 1 coup.
US-India Relations at the Crossroads
By Vinay Kaura
Can the growing U.S.-India partnership survive ‘America First’?
US Asia Strategy: Beyond the Quad
By Patrick M. Cronin
The Quad makes a better reserve force than an actual capability, at least for the time being.
Is the Quad Dead (Again)?
By Annabelle Liang
The head of U.S. Indo-Pacific command hints that the quad grouping may be shelved.
Japan-US Relations: Indo-Pacific Strategy and the Quad
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Stephen R. Nagy.
The Quad: Second Verse, Same as the First?
By Ali Wyne
10 years later, the 4 members of the Quad still can't agree on how to approach China.
India Keeps Australia Out of the Malabar Exercise -- Again
By Asha Sundaramurthy
What does India's decision mean for the Quad?
Will the Quad Mean the End of ASEAN Centrality?
By Anton Tsvetov
The unexpected revival of the Quad may mean the demise of Asian multilateralism and a more threatened China.