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China in Southeast Asia

The Perception Game: How Are China and the US Viewed in Southeast Asia?

The Perception Game: How Are China and the US Viewed in Southeast Asia?

By Rahul Mishra and Peter Brian M. Wang
The State of Southeast Asia Survey 2024 reveals ASEAN's growing polarization amid China-U.S. competition.

Enze Han on China’s Multifarious Presence in Southeast Asia

Enze Han on China’s Multifarious Presence in Southeast Asia

By Sebastian Strangio
"There is a tendency to attribute everything associated with China to the Chinese state and the CCP, as if they dictate every aspect."
China’s Bid to Construct a ‘Maritime Community With a Shared Future’ in the South China Sea

China’s Bid to Construct a ‘Maritime Community With a Shared Future’ in the South China Sea

By Luc Minh Tuan
China’s quest for control of the disputed waters goes beyond security to include economic and cultural dimensions as well.

China Makes One Final Diplomatic Push Ahead of ASEAN Leaders’ Summit

China Makes One Final Diplomatic Push Ahead of ASEAN Leaders’ Summit

By Luke Hunt
China’s regional diplomacy has struggled this year. Beijing can only hope for a better 2024, when Laos takes the helm.

Will China-ASEAN Relations Take a Turn for the Better Post-Pandemic?

Will China-ASEAN Relations Take a Turn for the Better Post-Pandemic?

By Nian Peng
As China reopens its borders, it can finally resume normal exchanges with Southeast Asian countries. But there are several potential pitfalls to watch out for.

What’s Driving Taiwan’s Mass Protests?
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What’s Driving Taiwan’s Mass Protests?

Decoding Xi Jinping’s ‘Asia Pacific Community With a Shared Future’

Decoding Xi Jinping’s ‘Asia Pacific Community With a Shared Future’

By Marina Yue Zhang
Against the U.S. decoupling push, Xi envisions a hub-and-spokes model of a distributed supply chain network – with China as the “hub.” 

China Won Over Southeast Asia During the Pandemic

China Won Over Southeast Asia During the Pandemic

By Dominique Fraser and Richard Maude
The United States failed to match Beijing’s intense, coordinated diplomacy across Southeast Asia during the COVID-19 crisis.
Business Moguls and Chinese (Soft) Power: The ‘Huaren’ of Southeast Asia

Business Moguls and Chinese (Soft) Power: The ‘Huaren’ of Southeast Asia

By Laura Grunberg
China's rise has come with increased outreach to the diaspora in Southeast Asia - and at times increased headaches for ethnic Chinese.

Is China’s COVID-19 Diplomacy Working in Southeast Asia?

Is China’s COVID-19 Diplomacy Working in Southeast Asia?

By Dingding Chen
A recent poll suggests a mixed picture for China.

China’s Goals for Wang Yi’s Southeast Asian Tour

China’s Goals for Wang Yi’s Southeast Asian Tour

By Nian Peng
The foreign minister’s trip was about much more than COVID-19 vaccines.

Hedging, Over Commitment, and the Escalating Risk of Conflict in Southeast Asia

Hedging, Over Commitment, and the Escalating Risk of Conflict in Southeast Asia

By Hunter Marston and Thomas Bruce
The U.S.-China rivalry is turning Southeast Asia into a major potential flashpoint.
Sebastian Strangio on Southeast Asia ‘in the Dragon’s Shadow’

Sebastian Strangio on Southeast Asia ‘in the Dragon’s Shadow’

By Shannon Tiezzi
A conversation on China's influence and image in the region.

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