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Becca Wasser argues that the end of US unipolarity has led to a new regional security architecture in the Indo-Pacific, but this architecture is not incongruous with US interests and objectives as set out in the 2022 National Defense Strategy.
29 February 2024
Dr Thomas Wilkins looks at Japan's strategy to ensure that it remains a significant player in what it views as an increasingly multipolar regional security order.
29 February 2024
8 March 2024
A public forum featuring Chas Licciardello, Associate Professor David Smith and Victoria Cooper discussing the results of the Super Tuesday primaries and President Biden's State of the Union address.
19-20 June 2024
The world economy is undergoing a patchwork reversal of global integration as major powers seek to “de-risk” key economic relationships and use new policy tools to boost domestic investment in strategic industries.
30 January 2024
Join a panel of USSC experts for a discussion on the 2024 US Presidential election
7 December 2023
Join USSC experts and special guests for a discussion on Taiwan's upcoming election and the implications for Australia and the region.
6 November 2023
One year from the presidential election, join Washington correspondents Ryan Lizza and Olivia Nuzzi for a discussion on the 2024 presidential race.
1 November 2023
The inaugural Sydney International Strategy Forum brings together prominent thought leaders, policymakers and industry experts to tackle the big issues confronting Australia, the United States and the Indo-Pacific.
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After a year of travel, conferences and meetings in the four Quad countries — Australia, India, Japan and the United States — four think tank experts from across the Indo-Pacific enter the USSC Briefing Room to discuss Quad cooperation.
28 February 2024
Last week, the special counsel Robert Hur released his report with findings of his investigation into President Biden’s handling of classified documents after he left the office of vice president. While a legal vindication in that he will not be charged, it has poured petrol on the fire that is discussion on Biden’s age and whether he’s up for a second term.
15 February 2024