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Jul 1, 2024

Garlauskas featured on VOA on RIMPAC exercise

On June 28, Markus Garlauskas was featured on a VOA television broadcast discussing the biennial RIMPAC exercise beginning this week, its goals, and how China might view this year’s exercise.

China Indo-Pacific

Report

Jul 1, 2024

Executing distributed operations in an increasingly contested maritime environment

By Dmitry Filipoff

As the United States looks ahead to increased maritime competition in the Indo-Pacific and elsewhere, the US Navy needs to implement the right plans and capabilities. “Distributed maritime operations” is the warfighting concept at the heart of the Navy’s planning for current and future operations. How well is it poised for executing it?

Crisis Management Defense Policy

New Atlanticist

Jun 28, 2024

Dispatch from Taipei: Why Taiwan’s survival may depend on deterrence through resilience

By Markus Garlauskas

A repeated theme in recent discussions in Taipei was Taiwan’s ability to withstand Chinese coercion and to adapt and sustain its defenses while under attack.

China Indo-Pacific

In the News

Jun 28, 2024

Fulton quoted in China Global South Project on the China-Arab Forum

By Atlantic Council

China Middle East

In the News

Jun 27, 2024

Garlauskas referenced in the Weekly Blitz on Russia-North Korea relationship

On June 26, Markus Garlauskas’ analysis of the growing relationship between Russia and North Korea was referenced in an article by the Weekly Blitz, a Bangladeshi media platform, which also referred to the Scowcroft Center’s recent Taiwan delegation trip. 

Indo-Pacific Korea

In the News

Jun 27, 2024

Hinata-Yamaguchi quoted in South China Morning Post on Japan’s reaction to Russia-North Korea ties

On June 26, IPSI nonresident senior fellow Ryo Hinata-Yamaguchi was quoted in a South China Morning Post article on Japan’s possible responses to the tightening Russia-North Korea relationship.

Defense Policy Indo-Pacific

Issue Brief

Jun 27, 2024

Production diplomacy for deterrence, readiness, and resilience in the Indo-Pacific

By Andrew Brown, John T. Watts, Markus Garlauskas

Production diplomacy provides opportunities to protect supply chains, strengthen alliances and partnerships, enhance deterrence, and build defense readiness, though it is not without risks and challenges.

Australia Defense Industry

Inflection Points

Jun 27, 2024

Dispatch from Taiwan: Countering the Beijing strangler

By Frederick Kempe

Some Taiwanese officials worry less about a sudden Chinese military invasion than about slow strangulation by Beijing.

China Indo-Pacific

Sinographs

Jun 26, 2024

China and the US both want to ‘friendshore’ in Vietnam

By Stanley Zhengxi Wu

As a “connector economy” bridging the supply chains between United States and China, Vietnam is being courted by both powers. How can the US pull Vietnam closer to its side?

China East Asia

New Atlanticist

Jun 26, 2024

The EU’s new tariffs are just the start of the EV trade saga with China

By Jacopo Pastorelli, James Batchik

New tariffs on Chinese-made electric vehicles signal greater alignment between Washington and Brussels on Beijing. But differences could widen over time.

China Economy & Business

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