Two Years Later, What Has the Indo-Pacific Strategy Achieved?

President Joe Biden joins other leaders for a family photo at the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework meeting at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit, in San Francisco, Thursday, Nov. 16, 2023. (Doug Mills/The New York Times)

The Biden administration’s strategy underscores the importance of deep and consistent U.S. engagement for advancing U.S. national interests.

Thursday, February 15, 2024 / BY: Carla Freeman, Ph.D.;  Mirna Galic;  Daniel Markey, Ph.D.;  Vikram J. Singh

Two Years Later, What Has the Indo-Pacific Strategy Achieved? | United States Institute of Peace (usip.org)

This month marks the second anniversary of the Biden administration’s Indo-Pacific Strategy (IPS). USIP experts Carla Freeman, Mirna Galic, Daniel Markey, and Vikram Singh assess what the strategy has accomplished in the past two years, how it has navigated global shocks and its impact on partnerships in the region.

Two years since the launch of the Indo-Pacific Strategy, what have been the most tangible takeaways for the United States and countries in the region?

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