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Facts and Findings

The Quad has come of age

by Philipp Dienstbier, Barbara Völkl

The Quadrilateral Security Cooperation as the Guardian of the Rules-Based Order in the Indo-Pacific?

China's growing strength is bringing the Quad closer together.
Is the alliance emerging as the dominant security actor in the Indo-Pacific?

The Quadrilateral Security Cooperation consisting of the Indo-Pacific democracies Australia, India, Japan and the United States is experiencing a "revival" driven by the common goal of a free and open Indo-Pacific. The analysis shows what the Quad aims to achieve, what differences exist, and to what extent cooperation with Germany and Europe is foreseeable.

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Barbara Völkl

About this series

The series informs in a concentrated form about important positions of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung on current topics. The individual issues present key findings and recommendations, offer brief analyses, explain the Foundation's further plans and name KAS contact persons.

 

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