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Policy essays by JIIA Visiting Fellows and other experts on geo-strategic and historical issues.

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Countering Foreign Influence and Interference in Open Societies - A Japanese Perspective on Authoritarian Infiltration
1919 Paris Peace Conference Centennial : Recollecting India's Representation and Participation
A deteriorating security environment in Europe: Lessons for the Indo Pacific region
The coming of age of the EU strategic thinking on Asia. Part 1: from the fascination for China's potential to disenchanted realism.
1960 UN Conference on Law of the Sea: A Provisional Impediment in the Debate on Freedom of the Seas
Australia and Japan facing "disruptive" challenges to the rules based order in the Indo-Pacific
Power Transition and Beijing's Japan Policy under Xi Jinping
Taking the Cudgel for the 12 July 2016 UNCLOS Ruling? The Revival of the QUAD
1958 UN Conference on Law of the Sea: Six Decades of the Legal Order for Seas and Oceans
Australia and the "Indo Pacific" concept - disambiguating the "idea" and the "region" from quadrilateral "strategy"

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