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I ruminate a bit about the term “Indo-Pacific” over at the Diplomat: The term was found in print in contemporary usage in 1993 (and again by Gurpreet S. Khurana in 2007), to describe the increasingly dense nature of maritime networks of trade and contact in the Indian and Pacific Oceans. U.S. policymakers began to adopt the term more […]
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