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The energy quest: elevating the Quad’s role in the Indo-Pacific

In this publication, Mannat Jaspal explains why the Quad should strive to extend the scope of the Quad Plus framework to facilitate synergies and avoid...

Maintaining green energy security and preventing dependence on China

In this publication, Noriko Endo explains why the Quad countries should align their decarbonisation policies – ideally through an intergovernmental...

The Quad’s role in shifting to resilient technology supply chains and energy security

In this publication, Lisa Curtis talks about why the Quad is working collaboratively to create new technology supply chains that are resilient and immune...

Taking a strategic view of telecom networks in the Indo-Pacific

This paper talks about why it’s imperative for the Quad partners to work together on countering Chinese telecom companies’ dominance and secure Indo...

The law and policy of VAT tourist tax refund schemes: A comparative analysis

Many Value-Added Taxes (VATs) or Goods and Services Taxes (GSTs) include a tax refund scheme for goods acquired by tourists when they visit the...

US-China relations and America's Asian partners

The US-China relationship is in a state of sharp decline – and, as the confrontation between the world’s two largest economies risks intensifying into outright trade war, the stability of the global system is being shaken. The crisis risks uprooting global value chains and escalating into full-blown technological decoupling across the globe as the US and other western governments proceed to crack down on perceived foreign interference in industry and science.


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