Abe Shinzo: The ‘father’ of the Indo-Pacific

14 Sep 2020 By Gemma King

Abe Shinzo’s legacy as a norm entrepreneur in the Indo-Pacific will last beyond his resignation as Prime Minister of Japan. Abe made a significant contribution to the regional order by pioneering, developing and realising the Indo-Pacific concept.

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Japan’s economic, strategic and political future

29 Jun 2020 By Jeffrey Wilson

Australia’s Ambassador to Japan, Hon. Richard Court AC, was hosted by the Perth USAsia Centre for a private discussion on Australia’s vital relationship with Japan, and to exchange views with stakeholders on developments across the Indo-Pacific during the COVID-19 era.

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India, Japan and Australia: Advancing Non-Traditional Trilateral Cooperation

01 Apr 2020 By Gemma King

As the geostrategic environment in the Indo-Pacific evolves, the need for cooperation between India, Japan and Australia has never been more important. In this time of uncertainty, the three like-minded states should come together to help shape the regional architecture in accordance with their aligned strategic interests.

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Perth USAsia Centre Appoints new Indo-Pacific Fellows for 2020

30 Mar 2020 By Jeffrey Wilson

To ensure our stakeholders stay informed of a rapidly-changing regional environment, the Centre has appointed a group of five Indo-Pacific Fellows. Drawn from Australia and key partners – India, Indonesia, Japan and Vietnam – they are foreign policy thought leaders with deep expertise in national and regional trends.

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Japan Symposium - Regional Dilemmas and Trilateral Solutions

09 Mar 2020 By Hugo Seymour , Gemma King

“The geopolitical environment in which we find ourselves is in a state of flux. Power balances that we might have once taken for granted are instead undergoing a shift… This disruption is evident, if not more evident, in the Indo-Pacific region than in other parts of the globe.“ His Excellency Mr Reiichiro Takahashi, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Australia, Perth, 18 February 2020.

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Japan Symposium Q & A with Dr Rajeswari Rajagopalan

06 Feb 2020 By Tammy Wayne-Elliot

Dr Rajagopalan will join us for both the private and public dialogues for this year’s Japan Symposium, convened by the Perth USAsia Centre in partnership with Japan Consulate in Perth. She spoke with our Tammy Wayne-Elliot in the lead up to the event.

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Has Japan Become the Kingmaker for Trade Deals in the Indo-Pacific?

30 Jan 2020 By Jeffrey Wilson

The future of RCEP depends on how the Japanese government will approach India’s withdrawal.

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Examining Japan’s history and current engagement in the Indo-Pacific region

04 Nov 2019 By Isabella Leunig

The recent special report by the Perth USAsia Centre, Implementing the Indo-Pacific: Japan’s region-building initiatives examines Japan’s history and current engagement in the Indo-Pacific region and in the wider international sphere. Drawing on the expertise of established and emerging authors across the Indo-Pacific, the report answers important questions and provides new perspectives on plans for regional engagement.

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Top 8 Ways Japan is the Quiet Achiever for the Indo-Pacific

18 Sep 2019 By Tammy Wayne-Elliot

With the recent release of the Perth USAsia Centre’s Special Report Implementing the Indo-Pacific – Japan’s region building initiatives, it’s an ideal opportunity to analyse the significant role Japan has played in building the Indo Pacific region since the 1970’s.

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