Wisdom and will? American military strategy in the Indo-Pacific
In a report published by the USSC, former US Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense David Ochmanek writes that the United States has the ability to sustain a favourable balance of military power in Asia, but risks failing to do so on its current trajectory.
An open door: How globalised are the Australian and US economies?
In new research published by the USSC, author Stephen Kirchner recommends a number of measures Australia can take to improve its openness to the rest of the world and capture the associated economic and social benefits from globalisation.
Should the United States be worried about China’s Belt and Road Initiative?
The Belt and Road Initiative represents a fundamental play by China to reshape the world around it. In the latest instalment of The Debate Papers, we asked David Brewster and Elizabeth Ingleson whether the United States should be concerned about the economic and political influence these projects may bring for China.