New Atlanticist by Peter J. DeanAug 30, 2021
Why the tragic Afghanistan withdrawal should reassure US allies in Asia
New Atlanticist by Peter J. Dean
US allies in Asia should welcome the steadfastness of Biden’s decision, as Asia has been waiting far too long for the United States to reprioritize its global commitments.
Fast Thinking by Atlantic CouncilJul 19, 2021
FAST THINKING: A turning point on Chinese hacking
Fast Thinking by Atlantic Council
What does NATO’s buy-in mean for the world’s response to Chinese hacking? What tools do these allies have to fight back? Our experts messaged us (securely) with the answers.
EnergySource by Mary-Rose de ValladaresJul 17, 2021
Hydrogen: Australia’s new liquefied natural gas
EnergySource by Mary-Rose de Valladares
Australia aims to be a leading producer and exporter of green hydrogen by 2030. It is already the world’s largest exporter of coal and the second largest exporter of liquefied natural gas (LNG). In response to climate change, Australia is emulating its own LNG export success in order to position itself for a new role as a major hydrogen producer and exporter.
In the News by Atlantic CouncilJul 4, 2021
Manning in The National Interest: The Quadrilateral Security Dialogue is consolidating its power against China
In the News by Atlantic Council
On July 4, Robert Manning and James Przystup published an article in The National Interest detailing the Biden administration’s new approach the Quadrilateral Security Dialogue (also known as the Quad), which they say puts the institution at the forefront of its Indo-Pacific strategy. “In a region of staid, ritualized, bureaucratically inert multilateral institutions, this shift […]
Report by Ash Jain, Matthew KroenigJun 8, 2021
From the G7 to a D-10: Strengthening democratic cooperation for today’s challenges
Report by Ash Jain, Matthew Kroenig
With the rules-based democratic order under threat, leading democracies need to develop common strategic approaches that pool their collective influence to confront today’s challenges.
New Atlanticist by Mark Linscott, Anand RaghuramanMay 17, 2021
How to leverage the Quad to counter China’s Digital Sinosphere
New Atlanticist by Mark Linscott, Anand Raghuraman
China’s growing ambition to recode the rules of cyberspace should serve as a wake-up call for the Indo-Pacific’s leading digital democracies to cooperate.
Blog Post by Asia Security InitiativeMar 24, 2021
The future of the US-Japan alliance under the Biden and Suga Administrations
Blog Post by Asia Security Initiative
A virtual public conference on the future of the bilateral US-Japan alliance and multilateral cooperation in the Indo-Pacific under the Biden and Suga administrations.
In the News by Atlantic CouncilFeb 25, 2021
Hasik quoted in the Mandarin on Australian government
In the News by Atlantic Council
On February 18, FD NRSF James Hasik was quoted in a piece titled “Opinion: The triumph of the lobbies – Australia’s revolving door and democracy.” Hasik commented on the push by some Democratic leaders in the US Congress to limit connections between the defense industry and government, claiming it would stifle innovation in the Pentagon and lend itself to “miscommunication” between defence contractors and the government. “And whatever these two legislators’ indignation about occasional abuses, building barriers between suppliers and customers is frankly no way to do business”.
In the News by Marc L. BuschFeb 5, 2021
Busch in The Hill: COVID, Barley and a most unusual Australia-China trade war
In the News by Marc L. Busch
Marc Busch writes that Australia may have effectively leveraged some of the WTO's misfunction to its political benefit in a trade disagreement with China.
NATO 20/2020 by Transatlantic Security InitativeJan 12, 2021
Build an Atlantic-Pacific partnership: NATO 20/2020 podcast
NATO 20/2020 by Transatlantic Security Initative
NATO is the only institution capable of organizing transatlantic and transpacific stakeholders to address China’s political, military, and information threats.