Brendan Thomas-Noone is an intern in the Lowy Institute's International Security Program.
- James Holmes on the misplaced hubris of China's sea-power pundits.
- As China sells submarines to Bangladesh and expands its presence and activities throughout the Indian Ocean, India declines to expand its security role.
- In Pentagon personnel cuts, the Indo-Pacific comes out on top.
- Is the ‘rebalance’ just another name for ‘strategic hedging?’
- Could the US and Russia find new common ground in the Indo-Pacific?
- It seems likely that the overreach by Beijing will be to Washington’s benefit.
- While China’s smog problem is seen as an ‘airpocalypse’ by most, some see it as an advantage on the battlefield.
The Lowy Institute International Security Program's work on Indo-Pacific security is supported by two grants from the John D and Catherine T MacArthur Foundation.