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Details Emerge of Indonesia’s ASEAN Push on Myanmar Crisis

Details Emerge of Indonesia’s ASEAN Push on Myanmar Crisis

By Sebastian Strangio
The mooted plan would involve holding the junta to its plan of holding free and inclusive elections in a year's time.
Indonesia Leading ASEAN Push on Myanmar Coup

Indonesia Leading ASEAN Push on Myanmar Coup

By Sebastian Strangio
Given its own history of transition from military rule, Indonesia is probably the nation best placed to lead the bloc's diplomacy on Myanmar.

Cambodia and ASEAN: Maintaining Cooperation, Building Confidence

Cambodia and ASEAN: Maintaining Cooperation, Building Confidence

By Charadine Pich and Bradley J. Murg
Kicking Cambodia out of ASEAN would be neither an effective nor a practical solution to the bloc's challenges.

Could ASEAN Really Cut Laos and Cambodia Loose?

Could ASEAN Really Cut Laos and Cambodia Loose?

By Sebastian Strangio
The suggestion by a retired Singaporean diplomat has made waves among Southeast Asia watchers – but is it likely to happen?

What the Quad Meeting Means for ASEAN

What the Quad Meeting Means for ASEAN

By Sarah Teo
Two notable “firsts” about the recent Quad ministerial meeting could have long-term implications for ASEAN centrality.
Southeast Asia Caught Between the US and China

Southeast Asia Caught Between the US and China

By Ankit Panda
How do Southeast Asian countries view intensifying geopolitical competition between the United States and China in Asia?

ASEAN’s Challenges and the Way Forward

ASEAN’s Challenges and the Way Forward

By Kimkong Heng
As the grouping turns 53, it faces old and new challenges, both internal and external.
At a Time of Crisis, ASEAN Centrality Really Matters

At a Time of Crisis, ASEAN Centrality Really Matters

By Rifki Dermawan
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, multilateral cooperation as seen within ASEAN is necessary to share best practices and provide support.

What RCEP Means for the Indo-Pacific

What RCEP Means for the Indo-Pacific

By Blake Berger
The final conclusion of negotiations on the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership was a landmark achievement for ASEAN.

Assessing Southeast Asia in the 2010s: 5 Big Strategic Trends and How They May Shape the 2020s

Assessing Southeast Asia in the 2010s: 5 Big Strategic Trends and How They May Shape the 2020s

By Prashanth Parameswaran
A look at five major developments that shaped the subregion in the decade.

ASEAN’s Indo-Pacific Concept and the Great Power Challenge

ASEAN’s Indo-Pacific Concept and the Great Power Challenge

By Mie Oba
Rising tensions between the U.S. and China complicate ASEAN’s vision for the region.
ASEAN Takes a Stand on the ‘Indo-Pacific’

ASEAN Takes a Stand on the ‘Indo-Pacific’

By Ankit Panda and Prashanth Parameswaran
Can ASEAN and the various Indo-Pacific concepts coexist?

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