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Strategies for the Indo-Pacific: Perceptions of the U.S. and Like-Minded Countries

Strategies for the Indo-Pacific: Perceptions of the U.S. and Like-Minded Countries

The Indo-Pacific remains a critical part of the global competition for dominance between the United States and China. Join Hudson Institute for a conversation on the future of U.S. influence in the region.

While Beijing attempts to reshape the world according to its own interests, saddling nations with debt through projects like the Belt and Road Initiative, which countries should the United States look to as reliable partners in countering China’s influence? How can the U.S. effectively strengthen its position in the region?

Panelists will present perspectives from Southeast Asia, Europe, Australia, India, Japan, and the United States on what the U.S. must do to counter China’s efforts to cultivate a world dependent on Beijing’s political and economic practices and bolster its influence in the Indo-Pacific.

The event will draw on a recent Hudson Institute report, Strategies for the Indo-Pacific: Perceptions of the U.S. and Like-Minded Countries.

NOTE: This event is open to the press. All members of the media should RSVP to [email protected]

Speakers

Patrick Cronin

Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute

Richard Heydarian

Resident Analyst, GMA Network

John Lee

Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute

Satoru Nagao

Visiting Fellow, Hudson Institute

Liselotte Odgaard

Visiting Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute

Aparna Pande

Director, Initiative on the Future of India and South Asia, Hudson Institute

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