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India’s Place in the New US Indo-Pacific Strategy
By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
New Delhi finds a prominent place in the strategy’s focus on Washington’s network of allies and partners across the Indo-Pacific.
The Biden Administration’s Indo-Pacific Strategy Lacks Clarity on China
By Alec Blivas
The strategy document fails to answer crucial questions about the desired balance between competition and cooperation with China.
With Blinken’s Visit to Fiji, the US Returns to the Pacific
By Grant Wyeth
China drew Washington’s attention back to the Pacific, but regional states hope the U.S. engages beyond geopolitical competition.
US Secretary of State Blinken Starts Pacific Tour in Australia
By Associated Press
Blinken’s trip to Australia for bilateral and Quad meetings will be followed by a visit to Fiji, then a Japan-South Korea-US trilateral in Hawaii.
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.
What to Expect From the First In-Person Quad Summit
By Rupakjyoti Borah
A preview of the Australia-India-Japan-U.S. summit, and what it will mean for the Indo-Pacific region.
The US Needs a New Indian Ocean Strategy, Now
By Louis Bergeron, Nick Iorio, and Jeff Payne
It's time to prioritize the “Indo” in “Indo-Pacific.”
Australia’s Reading of the US Strategic Framework for the Indo-Pacific
By Joshua Mcdonald
Australia is noted in the document not nearly as often as Japan, South Korea, or India, but that likely underscores the already tight relations between the two countries.
Pompeo, in Indonesia, Renews China Attacks as US Vote Looms
By Associated Press
Washington's top diplomat attacked China's "unlawful" maritime claims and pledged deeper ties with Southeast Asia's most populous nation.
How the US Army Fits into America’s Indo-Pacific Strategy
By Francis P. Sempa
The geography of the Indo-Pacific requires a strong U.S. naval and air presence, but the army has a critical role to play, too.