The Quad Alliance (Quadrilateral Security Dialogue)
With regional tensions rising and fellow Quad members Japan and the United States asserting their steadfast support for Taiwan, is it now time for India to deepen its ties with Taiwan?
Growing multipolarity in the international system raises some interesting questions for Japanese foreign policy going forward. Is Tokyo about to step out of Washington’s shadow?
The AUKUS alliance has chipped away at the pillars holding up French power projection in the Indo-Pacific.
New security imperatives are giving rise to new policy dilemmas for Japan’s government.
Recent policy disclosures reflect an attempt by the Biden administration to bridge the divergent interests of Washington’s Pacific- and Atlantic-based allies. Success won’t come easy.
Chronicling the events that led to the present low point in China-Australia relations.
The AUKUS saga reflects a different set of strategic priorities in Washington from what many European leaders were expecting.
The pact is notable in its shift from style to substance in US-led efforts to counter China in the Indo-Pacific.
If the Quad wants to operationalize its multilateralism in a way that doesn’t directly antagonize China, then Afghanistan would be a good place to start.
Assessing the geopolitics and motives behind emergence of the Quad’s Leadership Summit.