EVENT: Priorities for the Quad in the Indo-Pacific

EVENT: Priorities for the Quad in the Indo-Pacific

EVENT: Priorities for the Quad in the Indo-Pacific

Monday, March 22, 2021  | 7:30pm - 9:00pm ET

Meeting to be held virtually via Zoom

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The U.S., Japan, Australia and India have come together in high-level meetings to coordinate and cooperate on common security challenges in the Indo-Pacific, including territorial disputes, violations of the international rules-based order, and economic coercion. While remaining short of a formal alliance, this grouping of key regional democracies can organize significant collective action on areas of overlapping national interest. What are the top security priorities for each country, individually and together, in next five years? How can the four countries work with each other and with like-minded partners to advance common interests? And what are the main barriers, if any, to quadrilateral cooperation? Please join us as we engage experts from all four sides to discuss the future of the Quad.

Featured Panelists

Professor Yuichi Hosoya
Professor of International Politics, Faculty of Law
Keio University

Mr. Dhruva Jaishankar
Executive Director
Observer Research Foundation America

Professor Rory Medcalf
Head of College, National Security College
Australia National University

Ms. Yuki Tatsumi
Senior Fellow & Co-Director, East Asia Program
Stimson Center

Moderated by

Ms. Susan Thornton
Project Director, Forum on Asia-Pacific Security
NCAFP

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