India-Australia-Indonesia Maritime Partnership: Shared Challenges, Compelling Opportunities

Premesha Saha, Natalie Sambhi, Evan Laksmana

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    This report seeks to outline the common maritime security challenges facing India, Australia, and Indonesia, and proposes policy options for strengthening trilateral cooperation to address them. A 2020 study conducted by the authors of this report, titled Anchoring the Indo-Pacific: The Case for Deeper Australia-India-Indonesia Trilateral Cooperation, has argued that the core of their trilateral cooperation should be within the maritime domain, with the Indo-Pacific region as the primary theatre and the three states as anchors. Given the regional uncertainty in the Indo-Pacific, as well as the limitations of existing multilateral institutions and bilateral partnerships, stronger cooperation and alignment between the three nations can boost regional stability and provide strategic benefits for all. Therefore, these countries, and how they interact with one another, are key to the long-term strategic stability of the region.
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationNew Delhi
    Commissioning bodyDepartment of Foreign Affairs and Trade
    Number of pages168
    Publication statusPublished - 2022


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