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New Roadmaps for Asia: The 'Free and Open Indo-Pacific' and the 'Quad' (Complete)

NEW YORK, March 19, 2019 — In an age of anxiety about regional security in Asia, two new ideas have gained traction: the "Free and Open Indo-Pacific" and the Quadrilateral Security Dialogues (the "quad"). Both ideas would involve India, Japan, Australia, and the United States. 

In a Tuesday night conversation at Asia Society, ASPI's Daniel Russel discussed the "FOIP" and the "quad" with Subrahmanyam Jaishankar, president of global corporate affairs at Tata Group, and Akitaka Saiki, a member of the board at the Mitsubishi Corporation. (1 hr., 15 min.)


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 /  New York
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 /  New York
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 /  New York
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 /  New York
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 /  New York
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Current Affairs
 /  New York
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 /  New York
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 /  Switzerland
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 /  New York
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