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New Japan-South Korea-US Trilateral a Test of Leadership
The new Japan-South Korea-US trilateral framework is built on historically shaky foundations, writes Purnendra Jain. The question is whether it can survive future changes of leadership.
America’s “New” China Narrative
The common China narrative of US politicians and commentators until recent times was one of fear over the inexorable rise of Chinese power; now they now see a threat in gathering economic decline, writes James K. Galbraith. This misses the real story – how the China rivalry plays into the 2024 elections.
Asialink Webinar Series: QUAD - Perspectives from the Region
In this era of heightened regional competition, multilateral cooperation is more important than ever. The QUAD, a strategic security dialogue comprised of Australia, The United States, Japan and India, is committed to supporting a free and prosperous Indo-Pacific.
ASEAN Between the US and China
The intensifying geopolitical tensions between China and the West have put ASEAN countries, which cannot decouple from either side, in an unenviable position, writes Lili Yan Ing.
All Talk, No Dialogue on Asian Security
Despite calls for the resumption of high-level security dialogue between the US and China, Beijing is in no rush to re-engage, writes Richard Maude.