2020 US Presidential Candidates on the Indo-Pacific

The 2020 Presidential Candidates on the Indo-Pacific resource highlights mentions of Indo-Pacific issues by US presidential candidates and nominees in speeches, campaign documents, and debates.

To view statements by President Trump prior to his June 18, 2019 declaration to seek a second term, as well as members of his Cabinet, visit The Trump Administration & US - Indo-Pacific Relations.

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Elizabeth Warren's Responses to Amnesty International USA's Human Rights Questionnaire - China, Myanmar, and Sri Lanka

  • "HOW SHOULD THE U.S. ADDRESS HUMAN RIGHTS ABUSES SUFFERED BY RELIGIOUS AND ETHNIC MINORITIES AT THE HANDS OF GOVERNMENT AND NON-GOVERNMENT ACTORS WORLDWIDE?

First, the United States must lead by example and fight against religious discrimination, xenophobia, and hate at home. It’s a serious problem when many American politicians seem to accept – even embrace – the politics of division and resentment. We must speak out against hateful rhetoric of all kinds.

We must also call out human rights abuses abroad and seek to hold those…

Pete Buttigieg's Remarks on Attacks in Sri Lanka

Beto O'Rourke's Remarks on Attacks in Sri Lanka