Many hands: Australia-US contributions to Southeast Asian maritime security resilience
New research from the United States Studies Centre outlines key initiatives that promote how Indonesia, the Philippines, Singapore and Vietnam can work more effectively with Australia and the United States on maritime security issues in the South China Sea.
Dedication or distraction in Indo-Pacific diplomacy?
With Asia’s ‘summit season’ upon us, new research from the United States Studies Centre finds the Biden administration’s engagement in the Indo-Pacific has been roughly on par with the first 18 months of the Trump administration. Faced with a deteriorating regional strategic environment, competing global demands, and growing regional concern for US isolationism, the need for senior US officials to ‘show up’ in the region have rarely been greater.
US midterms 2022: The stakes for Australia and the alliance
New polling from USSC provides unique insights into Australian, American and Japanese views of the major challenges confronting all three nations: from China’s geopolitical challenge to climate change and the vicissitudes in American democracy.