Journal of Indo-Pacific Affairs Articles

  • The United Arab Emirates and the Indo-Pacific Conundrum

    The UAE may so far feel confident about its hedging strategy toward the Indo-Pacific (especially in terms of preserving strategic autonomy) but, in the final reckoning, the national security and overall stability of the country remains deeply reliant on the Western military presence. As there is no

  • The United States and South Korea in the Indo-Pacific after COVID-19

    To illustrate why South Korea should be crucial in US Indo-Pacific policy after the pandemic, this article first outlines the limitations to Seoul’s participation under the current US approach and how South Korea’s contributions toward the same goals as the United States are currently undervalued.


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