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Number 663
Dr. Benjamin Reilly, adjunct Senior Fellow at the East-West Center and a Non-Resident Senior Fellow at the University of Sydney's United States Study Centre, & Dr. Peter Dean, Director of the Foreign Policy and Defense Program at the University of Sydney explains that securing vital Indian Ocean sea lanes necessitates an enhanced role for trade-dependent regional powers, especially Australia, a staunch treaty ally of the United States and the country with the longest Indian Ocean coastline.
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"Ongoing disruptions in the Gulf of Aden and the vulnerability of other key Indian Ocean bottlenecks in the Straits of Hormuz or Malacca... [H]ighlight an inconvenient truth: the country with the most to lose from a disruption of the Indian Ocean today is China..."


Number 663
Dr. Benjamin Reilly, adjunct Senior Fellow at the East-West Center and a Non-Resident Senior Fellow at the University of Sydney's United States Study Centre, & Dr. Peter Dean, Director of the Foreign Policy and Defense Program at the University of Sydney explains that securing vital Indian Ocean sea lanes necessitates an enhanced role for trade-dependent regional powers, especially Australia, a staunch treaty ally of the United States and the country with the longest Indian Ocean coastline.
for additional titles in the
Asia Pacific Bulletin

"Ongoing disruptions in the Gulf of Aden and the vulnerability of other key Indian Ocean bottlenecks in the Straits of Hormuz or Malacca... [H]ighlight an inconvenient truth: the country with the most to lose from a disruption of the Indian Ocean today is China..."


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