Dr Tsutomu Kikuchi
Adjunct Senior Fellow, Japan Institute of International Affairs (JIIA); Professor of international relations, Aoyama Gakuin University
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The Quad as a Force-Multiplier in Building a Free, Open and Pluralistic Indo-Pacific Order
Ahead of a meeting of Quad leaders at the G7 in Japan, Tsutomu Kikuchi argues the four-nation partnership could be a catalyst for a “a new and stable order” in the Indo-Pacific.
Beyond US-China relations: Towards an inclusive and pluralistic Indo-Pacific order
The future of Indo-Pacific order need not be solely determined by US-China relations, writes Tsutomu Kikuchi. Strengthening the resilience of regional states can lead to an inclusive and shared rules-based order.
Time for A New Regional Order: The Failure of American and Chinese Leadership
US-China relations are now failing ‘the rest of Asia’ says Tsutomu Kikuchi, adjunct senior fellow at the Japan Institute of International Affairs. He argues that we can’t narrow the range of policy choices available to us as we push for a rules-based order.