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Resilience in the US Indo-Pacific Strategy Resilience in the US Indo-Pacific Strategy
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Part of the Special Series on US Indo-Pacific Strategy: Perspectives from Allies, Partners, and Across the Indo-Pacific


Number 636
Dhruva Jaishankar, Executive Director of the Observer Research Foundation America (ORF America), explains that a "prominent feature of the Biden administration’s Indo-Pacific Strategy is resilience in the face of '21st-century transnational threats,'" and how this theme relates to public health, supply chains, alliance structures, and more.
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"Despite the attractiveness of US support, there will always be alternatives to which these partners can turn. For near-term economic or domestic political reasons, some countries may choose to work with China or other alternative partners to address needs in these areas."

Part of the Special Series on US Indo-Pacific Strategy: Perspectives from Allies, Partners, and Across the Indo-Pacific


Number 636
Dhruva Jaishankar, Executive Director of the Observer Research Foundation America (ORF America), explains that a "prominent feature of the Biden administration’s Indo-Pacific Strategy is resilience in the face of '21st-century transnational threats,'" and how this theme relates to public health, supply chains, alliance structures, and more.
for additional titles in the
Asia Pacific Bulletin

"Despite the attractiveness of US support, there will always be alternatives to which these partners can turn. For near-term economic or domestic political reasons, some countries may choose to work with China or other alternative partners to address needs in these areas."

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