Lecture Announcement: Saori Katada (USC) on “The Indo-Pacific as Japan’s 21st-Century Grand Strategy," Wednesday, June 7, 1:15 p.m. at Waseda University

Dear Friends,

I wanted to alert you to an upcoming lecture at Waseda, sponsored by the Waseda Institute for Asia-Pacific Studies.

TOC Global Taiwan Brief, Vol. 8, Issue 3

(This issue was originally published on the Global Taiwan Institute's website and the full articles are available at: https://globaltaiwan.org/issues/vol-8-issue-3/)

Taiwan’s “Military Force Restructuring Plan” and the Extension of Conscripted Military Service
By: John Dotson

Deterrence and Military Strategy in the Indo-Pacific: Time to Revitalize Strategic and Operational Concepts
By: Lt. Gen. Wallace ‘Chip’ Gregson (USMC, ret.)

Call for Applications: Young Strategists Forum, Tokyo (Jan 27-Feb 1, 2023)

The German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF) is now accepting applications for the ninth Young Strategists Forum to be held in Tokyo, Japan from January 27 to February 1, 2023. The Young Strategists Forum seeks to develop a new generation of strategic thinkers for an age of constrained resources and mounting international challenges. The 2023 Young Strategists Forum will begin with a half-day, interactive seminar led by Bonnie Glaser, director of the GMF Asia Program. The seminar will help participants to understand strategic competition in the Indo-Pacific.

TOC: Journal of Indo-Pacific Affairs, vol. 5, no. 2 (March-April 2022)


Air University Press is pleased to announce the publication of the latest issue of the Journal of Indo-Pacific Affairs, vol. 5, no. 2 (March-April 2022), which will be posted on 1 April 2022:  

Title: "Emerging Technologies: New Threats and Growing Opportunities for South Korean Indo-Pacific Strategy"
Author: Dr. Hyun Ji Rim

Title: For Your Situation Awareness: Autonomous Systems and Constabulary Tasking
Authors: Dr. Richard Adams, Dr. John Nash, and Dr. Sean Andrews

Call for Publications

Short book (100-150 pages) manuscripts are invited for the Asian Studies Collection, Lived Places Publishing, a new generation of publishing based in New York and the U.K. This book series aims to increase our understanding of Asians in the world and the students of the world’s understanding of Asia. Our exploration of the people of Asia includes the Asian- and Indo-Pacific and the Asian Arctic regions. Books in the Asian Studies Collection will explore stories of people’s experiences in Asia through lived places, tangible and intangible, and a multitude of angles and perspective.

Subscribe to RSS - indo-pacific