Search: Indo-Pacific,Quad (3 materials)

Why India Will Never Be Part of U.S. Alliances

... We shall now briefly describe these limitations. India is reluctant to act as America’s junior partner Andrey Gubin: The Indo-Pacific Conundrum: Why U.S. Plans Are Destined to Fail First of all, the U.S. has never been engaged in establishing or managing ... ... elites as regards the role and place the U.S. enjoys in global politics. This is exactly why it is rather hard to imagine the Quad to be at some point remolded into a full-fledged AUKUS-like alliance, where the two other members do not challenge Washington’s ...

10.11.2021

Assessing the Trend of the Indo-Pacific Strategy

... its balanced and cautious policy to take advantage of the Quartet’s role for its security. One sign of this realignment may be the joint naval exercise in the Bay of Bengal in November 2020 of India, the U.S., Japan and Australia. Towards cementing Quad The Indo-Pacific is likely gradually moving from intangible concepts to concrete formal or informal mechanisms. In this process, Quad, the dialogue mechanism of the U.S., Japan, India, and Australia, will play a key role. Each of the four has their own ideas ...

31.05.2021

How Does Canberra Implement Its Role as a Regional Power with Global Interests

... cooperation, including in maritime, counter-terrorism, non-proliferation and on cyber issues, as well as on principles-based and sustainable infrastructure development. Engagement through the Quad is just one part of Australia's active diplomacy in the Indo-Pacific. We view the Quad as a complement to our bilateral, trilateral and other regional efforts. In many ways, the Quad is an extension of existing trilateral arrangements (Australia — Japan — US, Australia — India — Japan, India — Japan –US), and it is natural ...

29.03.2019

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