Enhancing Democratic Partnership in the Indo-Pacific Region
This study builds on a report CSIS published in 2020 on ways the United States can partner with allies and partners to enhance democratic partnership in the Indo-Pacific region. This follow-on effort includes case studies on the democracy support efforts of Australia, Japan, India, Indonesia, South Korea, and Taiwan; comparisons of democracy support strategies; data on official development assistance (ODA) funding related to democracy broadly defined; and recommendations for ways the United States can coordinate democracy support initiatives in the region with like-minded partners as well as regional networks and institutions.
The report is made possible in part by a grant from the government of Japan.
Senior Adviser (Non-resident) and Henry A. Kissinger Chair
Senior Fellow, Japan Chair and Deputy Director for Asia
Former Associate Fellow, Japan Chair