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The Quadrilateral Security Dialogue: Towards an Indo-Pacific Order?

Envall, David


The quadrilateral security dialogue, or “Quad,” was reborn in 2017 to secure a “rules-based order in the Indo-Pacific.” Bringing together the US, Japan, India, and Australia, the Quad was initially intended as a mechanism for responding to the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami. However, it quickly became entangled in growing strategic competition across Asia and collapsed in 2008. Although the four countries still sometimes differ in their views of the region’s strategic trends, the Quad’s revival...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2019-09-09
Type: Report (Research)
Access Rights: Open Access


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