A Conversation on the "Blue Pacific Identity"
Today’s geopolitical circumstance, defined by the rivalry between the United States and China, has redefined the dynamics of regional and global orders. This reality is palpable in the Pacific region, where the strategic interests of major powers and their allies intersect and undermine aspirations for a “united ocean of peace.”
In this month's episode of Asia Inside Out, host and ASPI Managing Director Rorry Daniels chats with Dame Meg Taylor, non-resident Distinguished Fellow for the Blue Pacific at ASPI, about the challenges Pacific-led regionalism faces. The conversation builds on a paper she published this week on the topic, and on the desire to "navigate these complex geopolitical times together to stand for peace."
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