To promote linkages between stakeholders of littoral and hinterland states in the Indo-Pacific for measures related to trade, economics and security integration
To identify the possible economic consequences and geopolitical implications for smaller states in the Indo-Pacific in the background of China’s Belt and Road Initiative
To connect and create an independent platform for high-level leaders, policymakers and the private sector to facilitate business linkages
The Indo-Pacific Centre has been founded in Singapore to provide an independent platform for facilitating definitive linkages, developing partnerships and accelerating relationships between stakeholders within the Indo-Pacific region.
There is no single definition for the Indo-Pacific, but rather a belief of a system that brings together nations in the Indian and Pacific Oceans, across South Asia, East Asia and Oceania to operate within a single unified, coherent and interdependent economic and geopolitical structure.
The Indo-Pacific Centre acts as the public policy affiliate of Global Law Alliance, a Singapore-based law firm with over 20 years experience in corporate and commercial law and extensive connections with various entities in the Indo-Pacific region.