Atlantic-Pacific

The case for AUKUS public diplomacy

Euan Graham, John Hemmings and James Rogers argue that AUKUS needs a Public Diplomacy Division akin to NATO’s

From the Atlantic to the Pacific: Japan and integrated deterrence

Rena Sasaki investigates Japan’s policy for supporting Ukraine and efforts to bridge the Euro-Atlantic and Indo-Pacific

The Red Sea: Britain’s uncertain link

James Fargher analyses Britain’s contemporary interests in the Red Sea, before arguing for a more permanent naval presence in the region

The connection between geopolitics and geoeconomics

Neil Brown analyses the increasing connectedness between geoeconomics and geopolitics in the current global context

Adapting the British Army for a maritime century

William Freer analyses how the British Army can best prepare itself for the geopolitical context of a maritime century

Australia stands with Ukraine, as must we all

The Hon. Stephen Smith investigates Australia’s support for Ukraine and the merging of Euro-Atlantic and Indo-Pacific security concerns

The Royal Navy’s global reach

A map of the global reach of the Royal Navy that visualises the maritime mobility and versatility of British power

Empowering allies and partners vital to the US in the Indo-Pacific

Joshua Huminski argues that the US needs to go further in empowering its allies and partners to realise its Indo-Pacific goals

A Sinocentric world: The Belt and Road Initiative

A map of the People’s Republic of China’s attempt to centre itself in the global economy through the Belt and Road Initiative

The geopolitical implications of a NATO liaison office in Japan

Dr Philip Shetler-Jones analyses the potential formation of a NATO liaison office in Japan and its implications for the Euro-Atlantic and Indo-Pacific