Mirna Galic on NATO’s Long-standing Engagement in the Indo-Pacific

April 23, 2024 00:07:35
Mirna Galic on NATO’s Long-standing Engagement in the Indo-Pacific
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Mirna Galic on NATO’s Long-standing Engagement in the Indo-Pacific

Apr 23 2024 | 00:07:35

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Show Notes

Contrary to China’s assertions, NATO has a long history of engagement with the Indo-Pacific. But the alliance’s deep partnerships in the region have taken on renewed importance in recent years amid Russia’s war on Ukraine and renewed strategic competition between the U.S. and China, says USIP’s Mirna Galic.

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