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White House Unveils U.S. Strategy for Indo-Pacific Region

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The White House has released a new strategy to strengthen the U.S. role in the Indo-Pacific region while reinforcing the region in collaboration with allies, partners and regional institutions.

The Indo-Pacific Strategy of the United States has five objectives and these are advancing a free and open Indo-Pacific; building connections within and beyond the region; driving regional prosperity; bolstering Indo-Pacific security; and building regional resilience to transnational threats, the White House said Friday.

To meet the first objective, the U.S. will invest in democratic institutions, a free press and a vibrant civil society; improve fiscal transparency to drive reform and expose corruption; and advance common approaches to critical and emerging technologies, the internet and cyberspace, among other efforts. 

The U.S. will also pursue integrated deterrence, deepen cooperation and enhance interoperability with allies and partners and maintain peace and stability across the Taiwan Strait, among other initiatives, to reinforce Indo-Pacific security.

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