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IPEF Starts To Demonstrate Results Article
President Joe Biden speaks from behind a podium next to other IPEF leaders with country flags in the background.

IPEF Starts To Demonstrate Results

The Indo-Pacific Economic Framework for Prosperity remains an important geostrategic and geo-economic initiative in the Asia-Pacific region.

Ryan Mulholland

Taiwan’s Election: PRC Interference and Its Implications for the 2024 Election Landscape Article
Election workers in Taipei count voting ballots.

Taiwan’s Election: PRC Interference and Its Implications for the 2024 Election Landscape

The Democratic Progressive Party’s triumph in Taiwan’s 2024 presidential election signals Taiwan’s resilience against the People’s Republic of China’s coordinated and intense interference efforts; but it also accentuates the critical need for nations worldwide to formulate robust strategies against escalating threats of interference, thereby safeguarding the integrity of global democratic processes.

How Japan can drive faster toward a clean-energy future In the News

How Japan can drive faster toward a clean-energy future

In an op-ed for Kyodo News, Alan Yu and Glen S. Fukushima argue that while Japan’s support for new research into clean energy alternatives should be commended, the nation should also invest more heavily in deploying technologies that have already proven successful, such as solar and wind power.

Kyodo News

Alan Yu, Glen S. Fukushima

‘Under the Pala Pala’: Special Edition Episode Video

‘Under the Pala Pala’: Special Edition Episode

In this special edition episode, six national marine sanctuary advocates came together for a storytelling event hosted by the Center for American Progress and the National Ocean Protection Coalition at the fifth International Marine Protected Area Congress in Vancouver, Canada, to talk Indigenous-led conservation.

U.S. Pacific Territories and the America the Beautiful Initiative Can Deliver Ocean Climate Solutions Article
A shallow coral head appears in front of Fatu Rock.

U.S. Pacific Territories and the America the Beautiful Initiative Can Deliver Ocean Climate Solutions

The U.S. Pacific territories are vast—combined, their ocean areas are nearly twice the size of Alaska—and they are home to some of the world's largest marine protected areas. This region will be critical for achieving the Biden administration’s goals to combat climate change, protect 30 percent of lands and waters by 2030, and ensure access to nature for all Americans.

Angelo Villagomez, Anuka Upadhye, Zainab Mirza

The Expanding International Reach of China’s Police Report
Zhao Kezhi seated behind table surrounded by attendees

The Expanding International Reach of China’s Police

China’s Ministry of Public Security has expanded its global activities, increasingly threatening U.S. interests and influencing security sector governance around the world.

Jordan Link

Shinzo Abe’s greatest achievement may turn out to be Fumio Kishida In the News

Shinzo Abe’s greatest achievement may turn out to be Fumio Kishida

Tobias Harris discusses how Shinzo Abe transformed Japan’s Liberal Democratic Party into a more ideologically cohesive conservative party.

Nikkei Asia

Tobias Harris

The Start of Three Golden Years? Past Event
Ballots Counted In Japan's General Election

The Start of Three Golden Years?

Analyzing the Results of Japan’s Upper House Elections and the Impact of Abe's Assassination

South Korea Chooses a New President Past Event
This picture taken on February 12, 2022 shows South Korean presidential candidate Lee Jae-myung (C) of the ruling Democratic Party waving to supporters during an election campaign at a market in Sejong ahead of the March 9 presidential election. - Lee, a school dropout maimed in an industrial accident as a teen, is the ruling Democratic Party's maverick candidate in the March 9 election.

South Korea Chooses a New President

Please join the Center for American Progress the day after South Korea's presidential election for a discussion of what the results mean for South Korea, its people, and the country's relationship with its neighbors and the United States.

The Presidential Campaign Heralds a New Era of Political Competition in South Korea Article
Exterior view of presidential Blue House in South Korea

The Presidential Campaign Heralds a New Era of Political Competition in South Korea

Regardless of which candidate wins South Korea’s presidency on March 9, the campaign suggests that renewed competition between progressives and conservatives will continue past election day.

Tobias Harris, Haneul Lee

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