The Quad partnership — Australia, India, Japan and the United States — represents a powerful grouping of Indo-Pacific states seeking to maintain stability and resilience in the world’s most dynamic region. What can the history of the Quad, which dates back to the George W. Bush administration, tell us about its future? How can the Quad successfully align the diverse views across the region to address shared challenges?

To discuss these questions, the United States Studies Centre held a public forum featuring CEO Dr Michael Green, Director of Foreign Policy and Defence Professor Peter Dean, non-resident Senior Fellow Dr Lavina Lee, and Research Fellow Tom Corben.