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1. The 2021 Australia-US Ministerial Consultations: Five Critical Areas for Cooperation

2. Pakistan’s Destabilization Playbook: Khalistan Separatist Activism Within the US

3. Powering Innovation: A Strategic Approach to America’s Advanced Battery Technology

4. Modernizing the Nuclear Triad: Decline or Renewal?

5. Genocide in Xinjiang: Centering Uyghur Human Rights in US Policies Toward China

6. Resilient Aerial Refueling: Safeguarding the US Military’s Global Reach

7. Transatlantic Paralysis: The US-EU Trade Policy Stalemate and the European Union’s Democratic Deficit

8. The Chinese Communist Party’s Economic Challenge to the Free World

9. A Strategic US Approach to India’s COVID-19 Crisis

10. Advancing Decision-Centric Warfare: Gaining Advantage Through Force Design and Mission Integration

11. Regaining the Digital Advantage: A Demand-Focused Strategy for US Microelectronics Competitiveness

12. China’s Gambit for Total Information Dominance: A US-Australia Response

13. Countering Global Kleptocracy: A New US Strategy for Fighting Authoritarian Corruption

14. Will the Biden Administration Support Global US Leadership in the Innovative Medicines Industry?

15. Building a Strong and Independent Iraq: Policy Guidance for the Biden Administration

16. A US-India Trade Agenda for the Biden Administration

17. Competing in Time: Ensuring Capability Advantage and Mission Success through Adaptable Resource Allocation

18. US Support for Australia and the Region Against PRC Coercion: A Six Point Agenda

19. Implementing Decision-Centric Warfare: Elevating Command and Control to Gain an Optionality Advantage

20. The Invisible Battlefield: A Technology Strategy for US Electromagnetic Spectrum Superiority