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ASEAN Cybersecurity in the Spotlight Under Singapore’s Chairmanship
May 02, 2018
ASEAN Cybersecurity in the Spotlight Under Singapore’s Chairmanship
The cyber domain has featured prominently during the city-state’s ASEAN chairmanship this year, and with good reason.
ASEAN Cybersecurity in the Spotlight Under Singapore’s Chairmanship
The Truth About Duterte’s ASEAN South China Sea Blow
May 04, 2017
The Truth About Duterte’s ASEAN South China Sea Blow
Though the Philippine president has complicated things, focusing on this episode alone obscures more enduring challenges on the South China Sea question.
The Truth About Duterte’s ASEAN South China Sea Blow
ASEAN’s Hedging Strategy
September 29, 2016
ASEAN’s Hedging Strategy
Recent summits in Vientiane offered some insights into the regional bloc’s diplomatic strategy.
ASEAN’s Hedging Strategy
What If They Gave an ASEAN Summit and the Media Failed to Turn Up?
April 03, 2016
What If They Gave an ASEAN Summit and the Media Failed to Turn Up?
Host nation Laos is doing its very best to make sure they don’t.
What If They Gave an ASEAN Summit and the Media Failed to Turn Up?
Modi Unveils India’s ‘Act East Policy’ to ASEAN in Myanmar
November 17, 2014
Modi Unveils India’s ‘Act East Policy’ to ASEAN in Myanmar
The PM’s policy of “action” is welcomed by the region, but observers still look for results.
Modi Unveils India’s ‘Act East Policy’ to ASEAN in Myanmar
What Obama Can Do on His Second Myanmar Visit
November 02, 2014
What Obama Can Do on His Second Myanmar Visit
The country’s democratic transition is at a delicate stage. Obama and other world leaders could help.
What Obama Can Do on His Second Myanmar Visit
U.S. Pivot to ASEAN: Where Are We Now?
October 22, 2014
U.S. Pivot to ASEAN: Where Are We Now?
With a new ambassador in place, can Washington sustain its commitment to a key region?
U.S. Pivot to ASEAN: Where Are We Now?
Xi’s Mongolia Trip a Signal to China’s Neighbors
August 22, 2014
Xi’s Mongolia Trip a Signal to China’s Neighbors
Beijing is attempting to improve regional relations in the run up to November’s APEC summit.
Xi’s Mongolia Trip a Signal to China’s Neighbors
South China Sea Dispute Overshadows ASEAN Summit
May 12, 2014
South China Sea Dispute Overshadows ASEAN Summit
At a historic summit in Myanmar, the bloc’s leaders express concern over escalating tensions.
South China Sea Dispute Overshadows ASEAN Summit
The Oil Rig Crisis, ASEAN Unity and Vietnam’s Regime Stability
May 09, 2014
The Oil Rig Crisis, ASEAN Unity and Vietnam’s Regime Stability
Domestic calculations may ensure that Vietnam’s response to this latest South China Sea clash is robust.
The Oil Rig Crisis, ASEAN Unity and Vietnam’s Regime Stability
Brunei Caps Off a Solid Year at ASEAN’s Helm
October 12, 2013
Brunei Caps Off a Solid Year at ASEAN’s Helm
Haze, integration and disarmament were among the hot topics of this year’s summit.
Brunei Caps Off a Solid Year at ASEAN’s Helm
Human Rights Declaration Falls Short
November 28, 2012
Human Rights Declaration Falls Short
ASEAN’s recent declaration on human rights has been met with criticism from a broad spectrum of groups.
Human Rights Declaration Falls Short
ASEAN & North Korea
July 24, 2012
ASEAN & North Korea
North Korea seemed to be a topic of concern at this year’s ASEAN Regional Forum.
ASEAN & North Korea
Soul Searching After Phnom Penh
July 23, 2012
Soul Searching After Phnom Penh
ASEAN must continue to remain a strong force for regional ties in the Asia-Pacific and avoid short-sighted attempts to undermine the bloc’s unity or exploit divisions.
Soul Searching After Phnom Penh
With China Navy Boat Grounded, South China Sea Still Roiled
July 13, 2012
With China Navy Boat Grounded, South China Sea Still Roiled
Harry Kazianis on the grounding of a Chinese naval vessel in the contested South China Sea.
With China Navy Boat Grounded, South China Sea Still Roiled
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