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Indonesia’s pandemic foreign policy: Between pragmatism and Jokowi’s legacy

  • Muhamad Arif,

Jakarta seems to be playing a long game: keeping the great powers from outright conflict while reaping as many benefits as possible.

The U.S.-China Power Transition: An assessment of China’s internal view

  • Professor Sungmin Cho,

It is vital to understand how Chinese policymakers and analysts view the regional order, whether one agrees with them or not.

Biden’s China policy following the US withdrawal from Afghanistan

  • Professor Shi Yinhong,

The impacts on perceptions of US power in the Indo-Pacific are now unavoidably tied to the botched US withdrawal from Afghanistan.

The more things change…How regional security multilateralism in the Asia Pacific is evolving

  • Assistant Professor Sarah Teo,

How relevant is ASEAN’s brand of inclusive multilateralism amid the growth of minilateral and non-ASEAN-centred arrangements such as AUKUS?

INTRODUCTION: The geopolitics of the Indo-Pacific

  • Professor Timothy J. Lynch and Professor Robert S. Ross,

The war in Ukraine has thrown into relief the prospects for peace in the Indo-Pacific.