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Afghanistan and Central Asia’s ASEAN Moment
August 10, 2021

Afghanistan and Central Asia’s ASEAN Moment

By Moez Hayat
The Central Asian republics can learn from the experience of Southeast Asia and use the crisis in Afghanistan to spur forward regional cooperation at a time of great power competition. 

Japan’s Ambivalent Diplomacy in Myanmar
May 13, 2021

Japan’s Ambivalent Diplomacy in Myanmar

By Daisuke Akimoto
Given its political and economic influence over the Myanmar military, the Japanese government can do more to help the international community pursue non-military R2P options.
Myanmar Junta’s Diplomatic Games Need Tough Response
April 30, 2021

Myanmar Junta’s Diplomatic Games Need Tough Response

By John Sifton
The ASEAN summit’s failings demonstrate that standard diplomatic protocols are insufficient to deal with the Myanmar leadership. 

A Conversation With the President of the Overseas Press Club of Cambodia
December 31, 2020

A Conversation With the President of the Overseas Press Club of Cambodia

By Luke Hunt
Dutch freelance journalist Ate Hoekstra has hopes for a much better 2021 in Indochina.

COVID-19: A Regional Response Is Key for ASEAN 
December 08, 2020

COVID-19: A Regional Response Is Key for ASEAN 

By Deepali Khanna and Nicola Nixon
Recovering from the coronavirus pandemic necessitates a robust regional response.

Kazakhstan-ASEAN Relations: Prospects for Greater Engagement
May 15, 2020

Kazakhstan-ASEAN Relations: Prospects for Greater Engagement

By Paradorn Rangsimaporn
Kazakhstan’s central role in China’s BRI and membership in the EAEU present new opportunities for stronger relations between Kazakhstan and ASEAN.

Pandemic Control: A New Area for ASEAN Defense Cooperation?
March 17, 2020

Pandemic Control: A New Area for ASEAN Defense Cooperation?

By Henrick Z. Tsjeng
ASEAN could modify military humanitarian assistance and disaster relief mechanisms to support regional healthcare systems in times of crisis.
South China Sea: The Disputes and Southeast Asia’s Culture of International Law
October 22, 2019

South China Sea: The Disputes and Southeast Asia’s Culture of International Law

By Pham Ngoc Minh Trang
Disputes in the South China Sea are not as complicated as they may seem.

Why Resilient Cities Are Important to ASEAN's Future
August 09, 2017

Why Resilient Cities Are Important to ASEAN's Future

By Ashvin Dayal
To sustain ASEAN’s economic progress over the next 50 years, its leaders must commit to focusing on climate change.

What Does Southeast Asia Think About the Trump Presidency?
May 10, 2017

What Does Southeast Asia Think About the Trump Presidency?

By Catherine Putz
A recent survey depicts a dim view of U.S. regional engagement, and an opening for China.

ASEAN's Joint Communique: It's Not Just About China or the South China Sea
August 14, 2015

ASEAN's Joint Communique: It's Not Just About China or the South China Sea

By Mong Palatino
The regional grouping is grappling with several other concerns as well that are worth noting.
ASEAN Has Some of World’s Tightest Religious Controls
March 03, 2015

ASEAN Has Some of World’s Tightest Religious Controls

By Prashanth Parameswaran
A report finds the region has some of the world’s worst religious restrictions.

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