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In this episode, we discuss the Quadrilateral Security Dialogue, the “Quad”, an Indo-Pacific security grouping of the United States, Australia, Japan, and India. What is the purpose of the Quad? What has the Quad already done? How has China responded to the Quad?
To help us answer these questions, today on the podcast we are joined by Jeff Smith. Jeff M. Smith is a research fellow in Heritage’s Asian Studies Center, focusing on South Asia.
He is the author/editor of “Asia’s Quest for Balance: China’s Rise and Balancing in the Indo-Pacific” (2018), and of “Cold Peace: China-India Rivalry in the 21st Century” (2014). He has contributed to multiple books on Asian Security issues, testified as an expert witness before multiple congressional committees, served in an advisory role for several presidential campaigns, and regularly briefs officials in the executive and legislative branches on matters of Asian security.
His writing on Asian security issues has appeared in Foreign Affairs, The Wall Street Journal, Foreign Policy, the Harvard International Review, Jane’s Intelligence Review, The National Interest, and The Diplomat, among others. In recent years his expert commentary has been featured by The Economist, The New York Times, FOX News, The Washington Times, Reuters, and the BBC, among others. Smith formerly served as the Director of Asian Security Programs at the American Foreign Policy Council.