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1. Japan's New Security Strategy and the Changing Geopolitics in the Indo-Pacific

2. Japan and the Pacific Islands Countries. Longstanding Strategic Interests, Recent Strategic Engagement

3. What Should India Do Before the Next Taiwan Strait Crisis?

4. Harnessing allied space capabilities

5. China and the new globalization

6. The EU Indo-Pacific Bid: Sailing Through Economic and Security Competition

7. Expanding International Cooperation against Corruption in the Indo-Pacific

8. Strengthening Regional Supply Chain Resiliency Through the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework (IPEF)

9. China, climate and conflict in the Indo-Pacific

10. Why Gender Balance Matters for Equity and Peace in the Indo-Pacific

11. Digital China: The Strategy and Its Geopolitical Implications

12. Strategic Competition and Security Cooperation in the Indo-Pacific

13. A History of Shared Values, A Future of Shared Strategic Interests: US-Australia Relations in the Indo-Pacific

14. Understanding JI Resilience and Australia’s Counterterrorism Efforts in Indonesia

15. ROK-US Alliance: Linchpin for a Free and Open Indo-Pacific

16. US-ASEAN Digital Economy Cooperation

17. Great Power Politics: The Indo-Pacific, Southeast Asia, and the Global South

18. China-Russia Relations: Ending the War? Or the World?

19. Japan and South Korea as Like-Minded Partners in the Indo-Pacific

20. Regional Overview: Indo-Pacific as the 'Epicenter',

21. The Maritime Fulcrum of the Indo-Pacific: Indonesia and Malaysia Respond to China’s Creeping Expansion in the South China Sea

22. FACTORS IN CONSTRUCTING INDONESIA’S PERSPECTIVES ON THE INDO-PACIFIC

23. NATO and the Indo-Pacific Region

24. Europe’s Indo-Pacific Tilt: Estonian and Japanese Interests

25. Australia and India’s New Military Bases: Responses to China’s Naval Presence in the Indian Ocean

26. Southeast Asia Is the Soft Underbelly of American Power in the Indo-Pacific

27. EU-Pacific Talks: Trade relations with the Indo-Pacific

28. EU-PACIFIC TALKS: Europe and the Indo-Pacific: Migration and demographic changes

29. EU-Pacific talks: Free and Open Indo-Pacific: Bold vision for bold players

30. India-China Border Tensions and U.S. Strategy in the Indo-Pacific

31. Campaign of Denial: Strengthening Simultaneous Deterrence in the Indo-Pacific and Europe

32. Next Generation Perspectives on Taiwan: Insights from the 2023 Taiwan-US Policy Program

33. Future-proofing EU security and defence cooperation in the Indo-Pacific

34. The South China Sea and Indo-Pacific in an Era of “Multipolar” Competition

35. Playing the Long Game in the South China Sea

36. Bridging U.S.-Led Alliances in the Euro-Atlantic and Indo-Pacific: An Inter-theater Perspective

37. Russia in the Indo-Pacific: Perspectives from China, Russia, and the United States

38. India in the Indo-Pacific: Pursuing Prosperity and Security

39. NATO Should Defend Europe, Not Pivot to Asia

40. Upholding a Rules-Based Order: Reinforcing a Free and Open Indo-Pacific

41. Democratic Backsliding in the Indo-Pacific

42. The Indo-pacific and Southeast Asia: The Impact of External Strategies on Southeast Asia and Asean’s Response

43. Revitalizing the U.S.-Philippines Alliance to Address Strategic Competition in the Indo-Pacific

44. Operationalizing the Quad

45. The Indo-Pacific Partnership and Digital Trade Rule Setting: Policy Proposals

46. Governing the Global Commons: Challenges and Opportunities for US-Japan Cooperation

47. Building a Quad-South Korea Partnership for Climate Action

48. Expanding Engagement among South Korea and the Quad Countries in the Indo-Pacific

49. The Future of the Quad and the Emerging Architecture in the Indo-Pacific

50. China’s Digital Silk Road in Indonesia: Progress and implications

51. The Indo-Pacific Economic Framework and Digital Trade in Southeast Asia

52. Regional Perspectives on the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework

53. Battle Networks and the Future Force

54. Two Shades of Blue: Europe and the Pacific Islands, Strategic Partners in the Indo-Pacific Era

55. Global Value Chains, Risk Perception, and Economic Statecraft

56. Regional security and alliances in the Middle East and the Indo-Pacific: implications for European security

57. Countering the Hydra: A proposal for an Indo-Pacific hybrid threat centre

58. The geopolitics of climate and security in the Indo-Pacific

59. UK, Australia and ASEAN cooperation for safer seas: A case for elevating the cyber–maritime security nexus

60. South Korea’s Place in the Indo-Pacific: A Research Showcase for Pacific Forum’s Korea Foundation Fellows

61. Resilient Alliance: Moving the U.S.-Philippines Security Relations Forward

62. Shifting Supply Chains from China into India as an Effective Grand Strategy in the Indo-Pacific Region

63. Feminist Peace and Security and The Other ASEAN Way

64. Compound Gender-Climate-Security Threats and Vulnerabilities within the Indo-Pacific

65. India and the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework

66. Will the Partnership for Global Infrastructure and Investment be a Game-changer in the Indo-Pacific?

67. Small State Dilemma: Cambodia Between The Asean And China In The Indo-Pacific Context

68. Strategic Triangle in the Indo-Pacific Region through Competition, Cooperation and Containment: Future of Maritime Power Posturing

69. Staying First to Fight: Reaffirming the Marine Corps’ Role in Foreign Humanitarian Assistance Missions

70. Neglected Maritime Terrain in the Bay of Bengal: An Examination of the Future of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands

71. The rise of mega-regions

72. The challenges of protecting Europe’s maritime areas of common interest, from the Atlantic to the Indo-Pacific

73. The Geopolitics of Hydrogen in the Indo-Pacific Region

74. A Green-Blue Alliance in Motion: Pacific Island Countries and Europe Fighting Climate Change

75. Engaging the Pacific Islands is no longer about the why, but about the how

76. Maritime Security in the Indo-Pacific Region" A View from the Geostrategic Position of the Malacca Strait

77. India Emerges as a Key Power and Important Partner for the EU in the Indo-Pacific

78. How Does China’s Industrial Policy Support Specific Sectors?

79. Inside China’s Techno-Security State

80. China and the U.S. Compete for Global Techno-Security Dominance

81. Foreign Policy Recharged after Defusing MAGA: Biden’s Indo-Pacific Strategy and the Korean Peninsula

82. State-sponsored economic cyber-espionage for commercial purposes: Tackling an invisible but persistent risk to prosperity

83. Small Modular Reactors: The Next Phase for Nuclear Power in the Indo-Pacific?

84. AUKUS A Look Back at The First Analyses

85. New Opportunities for the United States-Kingdom of Thailand Alliance in the Indo-Pacific

86. Arms-production Capabilities in the Indo-Pacific Region: Measuring Self-reliance

87. Vietnam and India’s Approach to the Indo-Pacific Region: Implication for Bilateral Relation Promotion

88. Forging a Bay of Bengal Community is the Need of the Hour

89. Harnessing Inland Waterways for Inclusive Trade Among Bay of Bengal Countries

90. Three Dilemmas Facing the Indo-Pacific’s Regional Order

91. Covid’s Impact on India’s Soft Power in the Indo-Pacific

92. In Its Hour of Need: India’s Covid-19 Crisis and the Future of The Indo-Pacific

93. European Middle Powers in the Indo-Pacific amid GreatPower Strategic Competition

94. The US is Refocusing its Foreign Policy Priorities on the Indo-Pacific: Recalibrating Alliance Politics in a Pivotal Region

95. Fish and ships: Chinese fishing and Europe’s Indo-Pacific strategy

96. Unfinished Connectivity in the Bay of Bengal

97. Strategic Annual Report 2020

98. France’s Indo-Pacific Strategy and its overseas territories in the Indian and Pacific oceans: Characteristics, capabilities, constraints and avenues for deepening the Franco-Australian strategic partnership

99. Fostering digital connectivity in and with the Indo-Pacific

100. The United States and Japan Should Cooperate to Include India in Indo‐Pacific Economic Governance