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The Case for Development Diplomacy in a Militarized Pacific

The Case for Development Diplomacy in a Militarized Pacific

By James Chabin
If Australia and the United States genuinely desire a peaceful Pacific, they must be as enthusiastic about international development in the region as about security cooperation.

The Case for an Alliance of Semiconductor Producing Nations 

The Case for an Alliance of Semiconductor Producing Nations 

By Carisa Nietsche
The “Semi7” would include countries making meaningful contributions to the semiconductor value chain and that share similar goals.
A Second Quad in the Making in the Middle East? 

A Second Quad in the Making in the Middle East? 

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
Both the U.S. and India are exploring additional combinations of partnerships in the MIddle East.

To Counter China, US Trade Rep Seeks Closer Ties to Allies

To Counter China, US Trade Rep Seeks Closer Ties to Allies

By Paul Wiseman and Josh Boak
U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai insists the United States wants to work with allies to build a better, fairer world trading system.

US, Japan, South Korea Conduct Joint Anti-submarine Exercise 

US, Japan, South Korea Conduct Joint Anti-submarine Exercise 

By Takahashi Kosuke
The trilateral exercise simulated a military response against a North Korean submarine attack.

What’s Driving Taiwan’s Mass Protests?
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What’s Driving Taiwan’s Mass Protests?

The Strategic Case for New Zealand to Join AUKUS

The Strategic Case for New Zealand to Join AUKUS

By Reuben Steff
Pillar II of AUKUS relates to the sharing of advanced technologies and there are good reasons for Wellington to seek access to that part of the pact.

Another Way to Look at AUKUS: Keeping the US Engaged in the Indo-Pacific

Another Way to Look at AUKUS: Keeping the US Engaged in the Indo-Pacific

By Grant Wyeth
Beyond responding to the China threat, AUKUS is also a tool to maintain U.S. Indo-Pacific engagement through whatever domestic storms are to come in Washington.
The Pyrrhic Victory of a China Consensus

The Pyrrhic Victory of a China Consensus

By Gibbs McKinley
History shows us that blithely chasing consensus could lead decision-makers in Washington astray, with disastrous consequences.

A New Chapter for India-US Defense Ties

A New Chapter for India-US Defense Ties

By Basant S. Sanghera
Biden and Modi have a robust engagement calendar. The U.S. should leverage these opportunities to develop an ambitious roadmap for deepening defense ties with India. 

Former US Pilot Who Worked in China Arrested in Australia

Former US Pilot Who Worked in China Arrested in Australia

By Rod McGuirk
Daniel Edmund Duggan, a former U.S. military pilot who ran an aviation consultancy in China, has been arrested on a charge that remains sealed.

The Future of American Power in Uncertain Times

The Future of American Power in Uncertain Times

By Monish Tourangbam
The deployment of U.S. power is indeed passing through a phase when it can no longer ignore the tectonic forces of a changing balance of power in the world.
Chinese Officers Charged in Plot to Obstruct US Huawei Probe

Chinese Officers Charged in Plot to Obstruct US Huawei Probe

By Eric Tucker and Nomaan Merchant
Washington has long accused Beijing of meddling in U.S. political affairs and stealing secrets and intellectual property.

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