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Foreign Ministers of Australia, India and Japan recently noted that, QUAD is cooperating on sharing intelligence information on threats in the Indo-Pacific region.
Quadrilateral Security Dialogue (Quad)
QUAD is the informal strategic dialogue between India, Japan, USA, and Australia with a shared objective of ensuring and supporting a “free, open and prosperous” Indo-Pacific region. Idea to form QUAD was first mooted in 2007, by Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. But it couldn’t move ahead as Australia pulled out of it, due to Chinese pressure. Shinzo Abe again floated the concept of “Democratic Security Diamond” comprising of India, the US, Australia and Japan for safeguarding maritime commons from Indian Ocean to western Pacific. Finally in November 2017, India, Australia, US and Japan formed the QUAD Coalition to come up with new strategy to keep sea routes free of any influence in Indo-Pacific region.
Aim of QUAD
QUAD Grouping aims to counter China’s aggressive behaviour in Indo-Pacific region. India, Japan and Australia had issued separate statements and listed the Indo-Pacific as a major area of Quad’s deliberations. They also resolved to expand cooperation for upholding a rules-based order and respect for international law in the region.
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