In December 2020, USCET launched its Trilateral Perspectives on Indo-Pacific Strategic Cooperation: the United States, China, and India series. This series of conversations seeks to develop understanding and constructive dialogue among prominent foreign policy experts of the three major stakeholders in the Indo-Pacific. Despite the travel restrictions in place as a result of the global COVID-19 pandemic, USCET has been able to host these closed-door conversations through a series of four virtual meetings over Zoom. Each session of the Trilateral Perspectives series has garnered immense positive feedback from our speakers and participants, with many citing the candid nature of these dialogues, which allow for open and direct communication to shed light on points of difference and also discuss potential areas of cooperation among the three countries. Learn more about each of the four sessions of our Trilateral Perspectives series below:

Session I: Changing Global Order & Regional Governance
December 9, 2020

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Session II: Maritime Security in the Indo-Pacific
March 2, 2021

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Session III: New Geoeconomics in the Indo-Pacific
May 7, 2021

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Session IV: Managing Strategic Mistrust
June 3, 2021

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