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Finding Common Ground Between US, Japan, and China in Southeast Asia
March 29, 2017

Finding Common Ground Between US, Japan, and China in Southeast Asia

By Brian Harding
Though the competition between the three actors is likely to remain, they can also move forward with collaboration in four specific areas.

India and Vietnam: Time for Trilaterals With the US and Japan
September 01, 2016

India and Vietnam: Time for Trilaterals With the US and Japan

By Sanjay Pulipaka
To take advantage of shared interests, Delhi and Hanoi should expand the frameworks of engagement.
The Malabar Exercise: An Emerging Platform for Indo-Pacific Cooperation?
June 12, 2016

The Malabar Exercise: An Emerging Platform for Indo-Pacific Cooperation?

By Prashanth Parameswaran
In 20 years, Malabar has gone from a US-India drill to a platform for wider regional collaboration. But will this last?

 US, Japan, and India Kick off 2016 Malabar Exercise
June 12, 2016

US, Japan, and India Kick off 2016 Malabar Exercise

By Prashanth Parameswaran
Countries begin naval drills that will last until June 17.

US Conducts Trilateral Naval Drill With Japan, Australia After Indonesia Exercise
April 21, 2016

US Conducts Trilateral Naval Drill With Japan, Australia After Indonesia Exercise

By Prashanth Parameswaran
The three navies carry out a passing exercise after participating in Exercise Komodo.

Return of Asia’s Quad ‘Natural’: US Defense Chief
April 09, 2016

Return of Asia’s Quad ‘Natural’: US Defense Chief

By Prashanth Parameswaran
US officials are sending signals that its revival is a matter of when, rather than if.

Philippines Denies Role in Trilateral Naval Drills Near South China Sea
March 09, 2016

Philippines Denies Role in Trilateral Naval Drills Near South China Sea

By Prashanth Parameswaran
Manila clarifies its stance amid news of upcoming US-Japan-India trilateral exercises.
US, Japan and Mongolia: Don’t Forget Asia’s Other Trilateral
October 06, 2015

US, Japan and Mongolia: Don’t Forget Asia’s Other Trilateral

By Prashanth Parameswaran
The three countries held their inaugural trilateral meeting in New York last week.

Why the ‘New’ US Trilateral Dialogue With Japan and India Matters
October 01, 2015

Why the ‘New’ US Trilateral Dialogue With Japan and India Matters

By Prashanth Parameswaran
The week witnessed the birth of the much-anticipated trilateral ministerial. What does it mean?

US Official Calls for Permanent Expansion of Malabar Exercises With India
July 17, 2015

US Official Calls for Permanent Expansion of Malabar Exercises With India

By Prashanth Parameswaran
The move would be a 'tangible demonstration' of regional maritime security cooperation.

US Will Hold Elevated Trilateral Dialogue with India and Japan
July 14, 2015

US Will Hold Elevated Trilateral Dialogue with India and Japan

By Prashanth Parameswaran
US vice-president announces ministerial level trilateral in a further boost for cooperation.
The Future of US-Japan-Vietnam Trilateral Cooperation
June 23, 2015

The Future of US-Japan-Vietnam Trilateral Cooperation

By Prashanth Parameswaran
A closer look at an idea that has received growing attention.

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