Following the first-ever Quad summit earlier this year, what can we expect from this powerful emerging group of Indo-Pacific democracies? Will the four nations—Australia, India, Japan, and the United States—be able to develop a coherent agenda that strengthens their respective national security interests and fosters economic development, peace, and stability throughout the region? Watch a high-level panel of experts from the CNAS 2021 National Security Conference discuss the future of Quad engagement and what it means for growing strategic competition between the United States and China and the trajectory of the Indo-Pacific regional order.
More from CNAS
VideoJessica Drun on Pelosi visit to Taiwan
Center for a New American Security NextGen Fellow Jessica Drun joins CNN's Jim Sciutto to discuss Nancy Pelosi's recent visit to Taiwan and China's response. Watch the full i...
By Jessica Drun
VideoPelosi's Asia tour kicks off under Taiwan cloud
WION speaks with Lisa Curtis about House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's Asia tour and the secrecy of her visit to Taiwan.Watch the full interview from WION....
By Lisa Curtis
CommentarySharper: Middle East
President Biden’s recent Middle East tour was vital in presenting U.S. foreign policy in the region. Other geopolitical developments including the killing of al Qaeda leader A...
By Anna Pederson, John O'Malley & Arona Baigal
Video'Nancy Pelosi's Taiwan Visit Not A Change In US Policy': US Expert
Lisa Curtis, Director of the Indo-Pacific Security Program at the Center for a New American Security joins NDTV to discuss Nancy Pelosi's visit to Taiwan and what it means. W...
By Lisa Curtis