of the Next-Gen Trilateral Young Leaders Dialogue was a tabletop exercise that allowed us to put
20 September 2023
As the United States and its allies fight to maintain their position, there are two fronts in the wake of rising tension between the PRC and the Trilateral to be aware of: first, military advancements in the first island chain and second, transport control and ownership in the second and third island chains. [...] The Next-Gen Trilateral Young Leaders Dialogue One of the most common concerns among young was a riveting exercise that demonstrated the strength, leaders and experts alike was military advancements resilience, and future areas for growth in our Trilateral in the region. [...] importance of self-sustainable countries and economies in the second and third island chains will Equally as important, and potentially critical to long grow, and Hawaii can play a fundamental role in their term sustainability in the Pacific, is the challenge of establishment. [...] The future of the Trilateral is heavily economic and political independence in Oceania, dependent on maintaining of the rule of law, specifically in regards to transport control and private stabilizing trade, and creating opportunities for ownership in the second and third island chains. [...] In recent months, we have seen an increase of formal US relations being established in the region, such as the embassies in the Solomon Islands and Tonga, with more to potentially open in Vanuatu and Kiribati.