US Indo-Pacific Strategy after One Year: Perspectives from Allies, Partners, and across the Indo-Pacific

Ross Tokola – Feb 6, 2024

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During 2023, the East-West Center, with support from the US Department of State, held a series of three closed-door conferences in Washington, DC; Honolulu; and Jakarta, at which US allies, partners, friends, and American experts and government officials provided their perspectives on US policy and implementation with respect to US Indo-Pacific Strategy. This report is based on insights shared at all three conferences and presents supplementary materials that provide further insights into how stakeholders perceive and assess Indo-Pacific Strategy.

Watch report release videos by:

US Assistant Secretary for East Asian and Pacific Affairs Daniel Kritenbrink

US Assistant Secretary for South and Central Asian Affairs Donald Lu

East-West Center Vice President Dr. Satu Limaye

US Indo-Pacific Strategy after One Year:
Perspectives from Allies, Partners, and across the Indo-Pacific

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Special Series on Indo-Pacific Strategy: Perspectives from Allies, Partners, and across the Indo-Pacific

A special series of Asia Pacific Bulletins was commissioned to complement the US Indo-Pacific Strategy after One Year: Perspectives from Allies, Partners, and across the Indo-Pacific report.

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