Can the UK's post-Brexit strategy for the Indo-Pacific succeed?

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"The UK has been allocating more resources to defense and diplomatic presence in the region," Veerle Nouwens, research fellow at the International Security Studies Department of the Royal United Services Institute, told DW. She pointed out that the UK already maintains a military base in Brunei and a naval support facility in Singapore, adding that deployments and transits of military vessels or aircraft in the region and more defense diplomacy offer "avenues for more sustained engagement and presence."