On Februrary 11, the Biden administration unveiled its Indo-Pacific Strategy. It is the first time that the administration has released a document dedicated to its Indo-Pacific strategy. The Indo-Pacific Strategy is the first regional strategy published by the Biden administration since the release of the Interim National Security Strategic Guidance in March 2021, underscoring the Indo-Pacific region’s strategic importance for the U.S. in mapping out its global strategy.
The primary focus of the document is on laying out the Biden administration’s plans to work with allies and partners to achieve the vision of a free and open Indo-Pacific that is more connected, prosperous, secure, and resilient, to check the rise of China and maintain U.S. leadership in that vital region. The document also includes an action plan that the administration will pursue in the next 12 to 24 months.
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