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It’s Time to Put the DOJ’s China Initiative on Trial
February 18, 2022

It’s Time to Put the DOJ’s China Initiative on Trial

By Dai Huizhong
The DOJ's efforts to combat Chinese espionage have not made America safer -- quite the opposite.

The Biden Administration Releases an Indo-Pacific Strategy: Reading Between the Lines
February 18, 2022

The Biden Administration Releases an Indo-Pacific Strategy: Reading Between the Lines

By Ankit Panda and Catherine Putz
What does the Biden administration seek in the Indo-Pacific?
Can the US Follow up on Blinken’s Pacific Islands Outreach?
February 18, 2022

Can the US Follow up on Blinken’s Pacific Islands Outreach?

By Patricia O'Brien
With Blinken's trip to Fiji, the Biden administration wanted to signal a renewed focus on the Pacific Islands. It will take more than one trip to make that message stick.

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.

With Blinken’s Visit to Fiji, the US Returns to the Pacific
February 16, 2022

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.
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.

Biden Order on Frozen Funds an Atrocity, Says Former Afghan President Karzai
February 14, 2022

Biden Order on Frozen Funds an Atrocity, Says Former Afghan President Karzai

By Kathy Gannon
The U.S president said that $3.5 billion in Afghan assets would be set aside to potentially go to 9/11 victims, pending the outcome of court cases.

India Keeps Floating Away From Its Quad Partners
February 14, 2022

India Keeps Floating Away From Its Quad Partners

By Mohamed Zeeshan
On several critical geopolitical issues, including Myanmar, Ukraine, and North Korea, New Delhi’s position is different from that of the other Quad countries.

Russian Ambassador to Kazakhstan Says US-NATO Steppe Eagle Exercise Will ‘No Longer Fly’
February 11, 2022

Russian Ambassador to Kazakhstan Says US-NATO Steppe Eagle Exercise Will ‘No Longer Fly’

By Catherine Putz
Without directly commenting, CENTOM told The Diplomat that “plans for shared military environments involving our partners in Kazakhstan are currently underway.” 
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.

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