The Indo-Pacific


This report from UK think tank The Henry Jackson Society looks at British and Vietnamese perspectives on the Indo-Pacific.

The term ‘Indo-Pacific’ has circulated off-and-on amongst political circles since it was first utilised in 1924, yet it remained relatively sidelined until 2007. Since then, it has returned to political discussions in a reflection of the return of geopolitics perpetuated by the rise of the People’s Republic of China. In this edited collection of essays, the outcome of several months of research, several leading British and Vietnamese voices put forward their perspectives on the geopolitical nature of the Indo-Pacific region.

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