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PacNet Commentary

A weekly publication generated from a network of policy research institutes designed to facilitate communication on timely events in the region and to serve as a vehicle for sharing research results and analyses.
PacNet #13 – Keep an eye on North Korean cyber-crime as the Covid-19 spreads
PacNet #19 – A Moment of Truth (Again) for ASEAN
I understand that the 10-member Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) is a consensus-based organization that “moves at a pace comfortable to all,” which means at a pace comfortable to its slowest member. I also …
PacNet #13 – Keep an eye on North Korean cyber-crime as the Covid-19 spreads
PacNet #18 – Women, Peace and Security Under a Biden-Harris Administration (Part Three: Relief and Recovery)
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The following is the third in the three-part series on what the Biden-Harris administration means for the Women, Peace and Security agenda. For part one, click here. For part two, click here. Content Notice: This article …
PacNet #13 – Keep an eye on North Korean cyber-crime as the Covid-19 spreads
PacNet #17 – Japan and South Korea’s Alternative Paths in the Indo-Pacific
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Following the first ever Quad Summit Meeting held virtually on March 12, US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken and Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III travelled to Tokyo and Seoul to hold 2+2 meetings with their Japanese …
PacNet #13 – Keep an eye on North Korean cyber-crime as the Covid-19 spreads
PacNet #16 – Biden Seeking Middle Ground on China Policy
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President Joseph Biden has long collaborated with colleagues with opposing views in the interest of achieving important policy accomplishments of broad national interest. In the process, he adjusts his positions on key issues, …
PacNet #13 – Keep an eye on North Korean cyber-crime as the Covid-19 spreads
PacNet #15 – Women, Peace and Security under a Biden-Harris Administration (Part Two: Prevention and Protection)
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The following is the second in the three-part series on what the Biden-Harris administration means for the Women, Peace and Security agenda. For part one, click here. For part three, click here. In their “Agenda for Women,&#…
PacNet #13 – Keep an eye on North Korean cyber-crime as the Covid-19 spreads
PacNet #14 – Biden vs Trump on China Policy: Similar Substance, but Style Matters
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The following is the second in a two-part series on the Biden administration’s policy toward the People’s Republic of China. Click here for part one on the expected continuities from the Trump administration. Having examined…
PacNet #13 – Keep an eye on North Korean cyber-crime as the Covid-19 spreads
PacNet #13 – Women, Peace and Security Under a Biden-Harris Administration (Part One: Participation)
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The following is the first in the three-part series on what the Biden-Harris administration means for the Women, Peace and Security agenda. For part two, click here. For part three, click here. Americans have elected their first…
PacNet #13 – Keep an eye on North Korean cyber-crime as the Covid-19 spreads
PacNet #12 – China Policy from Trump to Biden: More Continuity than Change
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The following is the first in a two-part series on the Biden administration’s policy toward the People’s Republic of China. Click here for part two on the expected changes from the Trump administration. Media coverage of …
PacNet #13 – Keep an eye on North Korean cyber-crime as the Covid-19 spreads
PacNet #11 – The US Indo–Pacific Strategy: Don’t Overlook the Pacific Islands Region
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This article summarizes the key recommendations found in his broader study of The United States’ Indo–Pacific Strategy and a Revisionist China: Partnering with Small and Middle Powers in the Pacific Islands Region. If the …
PacNet #13 – Keep an eye on North Korean cyber-crime as the Covid-19 spreads
PacNet #10 – The New US Diplomacy with China: ‘Keep Your Promises’
“If one day China should change her color and turn into a superpower, if she too should play the tyrant in the world, and everywhere subject others to her bullying, aggression, and exploitation, the people of the world should …
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