China's A2/AD Challenge in the South China Sea: Securing the Air From the Ground
By Ngo Minh Tri
Aerial defense and surface-to-air systems are increasingly a focus for the People's Liberation Army.
Where Are US-ASEAN Ties Headed in the Trump Era?
By Ankit Panda and Prashanth Parameswaran
Will ASEAN-U.S. ties flounder in the Trump era as the United States' attention shifts to Northeast Asia?
The ASEAN Crisis, Part 1: Why the South China Sea Is a Critical Test
By Linh Tong and Linh Tong
The South China Sea dispute is a threat to the unity of ASEAN as a regional organization.
The Philippines' 'Pivot' to China: View From Singapore
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from See Seng Tan.
China Navy Fleet Visits Cambodia
By Prashanth Parameswaran
Chinese vessels are in the Southeast Asian state for a goodwill visit in a further boost for defense ties.
Vietnam Ramps Up Trade Talks Amid Economic Uncertainty
By Luke Hunt
Things don't seem to be looking that good for Hanoi.
After Obama, What’s Next for ASEAN Centrality?
By David Han
Rather than relying on attention from the U.S., ASEAN members should work to maintain the bloc's relevance.
China Building on Scarborough Shoal? Don't Hold Your Breath.
By Shannon Tiezzi
For diplomatic and strategic reasons, now is not the time for Beijing to make such a risky move.
After the South China Sea Ruling: Impact on ASEAN-China Relations
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Liqin Wang.
Yunnan: China's Bridge to South and Southeast Asia
By Naina Singh
China is revisiting its periphery with a new, localized approach to regional multilateralism.
How the US Misjudged the South China Sea, Part II
By Xue Li and Xu Yanzhuo
The U.S. misunderstood China's position in the SCS and created a self-fulfilling prophecy of Chinese "aggression."
Is ASEAN Unity in Danger From the South China Sea?
By Sukmawani Bela Pertiwi
Seeking to address the South China Sea issue at the ASEAN-level is counterproductive right now.