• AUKUS and the Indo-Pacific

    Indo-Pacific Policy Dialogue 26 July, 10:00 (Tokyo)

    Graphic of the new Indo-Pacific Dialogue webinar on AUKUS and the Indo-Pacific

    AUKUS has elicited mixed impressions in the Indo-Pacific region since its inception, from an example of a Cold -War mentality to support for the initiative anchoring deterrence capabilities in the region. How can we understand this new minilateral relationship? Why is it important? Are there ways for non-AUKUS members such as Japan and Canada to plug into this minilateral to add value?


    To help us answer these questions, YCAPS' Indo-Pacific Policy Dialogue is happy to welcome Tom Corben, Research Fellow at the University of Sydney's United States Centre.



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    Tom Corben is a Research Fellow at the University of Sydney's United States Centre. Tom Corben is a Research Fellow in the Foreign Policy and Defence Program at the United States Studies Centre, where he works on US Indo-Pacific Strategy, regional strategic dynamics, defence industry and technology issues, and alliance modernisation trends. He was previously a resident Lloyd and Lilian Vasey Fellow with Pacific Forum in Hawaii, where he focused on Japanese and Korean politics and foreign policy, and Australia’s engagement with Northeast Asia. Tom has published and commented widely on these issues for a range of platforms including War on the Rocks, Nikkei Asia, the Australian Financial Review, and The Diplomat.




    Webinar Cost: Free of charge

    Moderator: Dr. Stephen Nagy

    Format: This event will be off-the-record. Questions are encouraged.


    Registration: Required via this Link.