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The Indo-Pacific Should Not Command All of US Attention
February 18, 2022

The Indo-Pacific Should Not Command All of US Attention

By David Hutt
Withdrawing from Europe and the Middle East to focus on the Indo-Pacific would be a misstep for Washington.

The Biden Administration’s Indo-Pacific Strategy Lacks Clarity on China
February 18, 2022

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.
Can Biden’s Special ASEAN Summit Be a Salve for Strained US-Cambodia Ties?
February 17, 2022

Can Biden’s Special ASEAN Summit Be a Salve for Strained US-Cambodia Ties?

By Sao Phal Niseiy
The past few years have seen relations between Phnom Penh and Washington reach decades-long lows.

A New Era of US-Indonesia Relations?
February 16, 2022

A New Era of US-Indonesia Relations?

By Noto Suoneto and Hugh Harsono
Under President Joe Biden, relations between Indonesia and the United States have proceeded apace.

Mauritians Want to Reclaim the Chagos Islands. President Biden Should Support Them.
February 16, 2022

Mauritians Want to Reclaim the Chagos Islands. President Biden Should Support Them.

By Peter Harris
Only by acknowledging Mauritian sovereignty over the Chagos, including Diego Garcia, can the United States ensure that its military base is placed on a sustainable – and legal – footing.

US Secretary of State Blinken Starts Pacific Tour in Australia
February 10, 2022

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.

B3W Might Not Be Able to Compete With BRI in Southeast Asia, But That’s Okay
February 10, 2022

B3W Might Not Be Able to Compete With BRI in Southeast Asia, But That’s Okay

By Maria Adele Carrai and William Yuen Yee
Rather than competing in a sector where China is strong – infrastructure – B3W should focus on U.S. strength areas.
Why Is Taiwan’s KMT Returning to Washington?
February 08, 2022

Why Is Taiwan’s KMT Returning to Washington?

By Hiro Fu
Can the KMT bring substance to match the symbolism of its resurrected office in the U.S. capital?

South Korea-US Economic Ties Are Changing
February 08, 2022

South Korea-US Economic Ties Are Changing

By Tom Byrne
Amid supply chain worries and high-tech competition, there has been a distinct shift in the tenor of the business relationship between Seoul and Washington.

Time for the Quad to Expand Into Subnational Partnerships
February 02, 2022

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.

Why Tech Cooperation Will Reshape South Korea-U.S. Relations
January 28, 2022

Why Tech Cooperation Will Reshape South Korea-U.S. Relations

By Troy Stangarone
The alliance is slowly changing to incorporate technological changes and challenges, which are crucial for the future of both countries.
US Southeast Asia Strategy: A Balance of Commitment Approach Under Biden and Beyond
January 28, 2022

US Southeast Asia Strategy: A Balance of Commitment Approach Under Biden and Beyond

By Prashanth Parameswaran
Sustaining its commitment to the region requires the U.S. to maintain a series of elusive balances.

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