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China is no longer a country content with its current circumstances, ASPI President Kevin Rudd tells Japan's Asahi Shimbun.
ASEAN should advance own Indo-Pacific concept or see Washington or Beijing take the lead, writes ASPI President Kevin Rudd.
China’s Economic Reforms Cannot, Should Not Stop, ASPI President Kevin Rudd writes in Caixin.
As long as the future of U.S.-China relations remain unclear, Japan's PM Shinzo Abe should work on improving China-Japan relations, says ASPI President Kevin Rudd.
A discussion of ASPI Distinguished Fellow Marty Natelegawa's new book about the Indo-Pacific's longest-standing regional organization.
Understanding Xi Jinping's worldview—that China expects change—is a part of understanding how the rest of the region, and how the rest of the West, including the U.S., deals with China in the future, ASPI President Kevin Rudd tells Bloomberg.

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