The Quad: Security in the Indo-Pacific
Seattle, WA, USA
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Secretary of State Antony Blinken travels to the Indo-Pacific this month for meetings with key allies and to highlight that the United States’ strategic focus remains firmly on the Asia-Pacific and countering China’s growing economic, military, and political clout around the world. The revival of the Quad—the Quadrilateral Security Dialogue—as a potential counterweight to China highlights the threats seen by western countries to a free, open, and inclusive Indo-Pacific. What challenges does the Quad face, internally and externally, as it seeks to maintain the status quo in this strategic region? Join the World Affairs Council on February 24th at 12 pm PST for a discussion on the Quadrilateral Security Dialogue with foreign policy experts Dhruva Jaishankar and Tanvi Madan.
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