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Journal of Indo-Pacific Affairs (Volume 4, Number 9)   [open pdf - 6MB]

This Winter 2021 edition of the Journal of Indo-Pacific Affairs features the following articles: "Asymmetric Competition in the Arctic: Implications for North American Defense and Security" by Lillian Alessa, James Valentine, Sean Moon, and Andrew Kliskey; "Thailand's Maritime Strategy: National Resilience and Regional Cooperation" by John F. Bradford and Wilfried A. Herrmann; "The US-Vietnam Comprehensive Partnership and the Key Role of Air Force Relations" by Stephen Burgess; "Building Resiliency: A New US Approach to East Asia" by Jason Giroux; "Challenges and Lessons Learned from the Projection of French Airpower in Afghanistan" by Ivan Sand; "Confluence of a Free and Open Indo-Pacific: How Japan's Strengths Can Shore Up American Weakness in the Pacific" by Paul Smith; "The Coming of Quad and the Balance of Power in the Indo-Pacific" by Soumyodeep Deb and Nathan Wilson; "Why China Cannot Challenge the US Military Primacy" by Mangesh Sawant; "Australia's Role in the Quad and Its Crumbling Ties with China" by Poornima Vijaya; "Seize the Data Initiative" by Rick Schuessler; and "Direct Military Conflict with China May Not Happen--and Why There Are Worse Outcomes" by Austin Y. Soderstrom.

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Journal of Indo-Pacific Affairs (Winter 2021), v.4 no.9
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