Indo-Pacific and NATO

NATO, AUKUS & the Indo-Pacific: Further Proof of Intra-Alliance Friction

In this article, Research Analyst Andrew Erskine assesses the implications of the AUKUS security pact on NATO’s unity and cohesion towards a collective Indo-Pacific strategy and the need for the Alliance to develop an Indo-Pacific Council to avoid further debacles of intra-alliance friction.

Marko Gombac Security, Trade and the Economy

Common Energy Markets – Interdependence in Critical Infrastructure between China, Pakistan, and others promotes peace

China’s $1.5 Billion investment in Pakistan energy utility provider signals a new wave of economic integration in Eurasia. Marko Gombac explains how interdependence on critical infrastructure creates peaceful relations