Policy Brief

Securing Prosperity, Building Resilience: U.S. Economic Partnership in the Indo-Pacific

Date Published

Feb 8, 2024

Authors

Bryan Burgess, Divya Mathew, Samantha Custer, John Custer

Publisher

Citation

Burgess, B., Mathew, D., Custer, S. & Custer, J. (2024). Securing Prosperity, Building Resilience: U.S. Economic Partnership in the Indo-Pacific. Williamsburg, VA: AidData at William & Mary. Retrieved from: www.aiddata.org/publications/securing-prosperity-building-resilience-us-economic-partnership-in-the-indo-pacific

Announcement

The Indo-Pacific and the U.S. have a long track record of partnership, working together to promote sustainable growth and stronger ties through trade, aid, and investment. This policy brief triangulates multiple data sources to understand the value of the U.S. partnership with 46 Indo-Pacific economies across several channels: direct bilateral assistance from USG agencies, the nominal value of USG indirect contributions via multilaterals, private sector investment, and philanthropic flows over 11 years (from 2012 to 2022).

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Bryan Burgess
Policy Analysis

Bryan Burgess

Senior Policy Specialist

Divya Mathew
Policy Analysis

Divya Mathew

Senior Policy Specialist

Samantha Custer
Policy Analysis

Samantha Custer

Director of Policy Analysis

John Custer
Partnerships & Communications

John Custer

Deputy Director, Communications and Data Analytics

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