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Some Southeast Asians Are Turning Against America Over Gaza. It Likely Won’t Last.

Some Southeast Asians Are Turning Against America Over Gaza. It Likely Won’t Last.

By David Hutt
This is not the first time that regional opinion toward the U.S. has soured over events in the Middle East.

Is Singapore Unfriending Israel?

Is Singapore Unfriending Israel?

By Sribala Subramanian
The city-state recently denounced a Facebook post from the Israeli embassy as “unacceptable."
Australian PM Closes Special ASEAN Summit With Calls to ‘Destiny’

Australian PM Closes Special ASEAN Summit With Calls to ‘Destiny’

By Sebastian Strangio
While showcasing the divergences between Australia and its Southeast Asian partners, the summit can be deemed a success in both form and substance.

Malaysia, Indonesia Denounce Israeli Occupation During ICJ Proceedings

Malaysia, Indonesia Denounce Israeli Occupation During ICJ Proceedings

By Sebastian Strangio
The two nations' foreign ministers addressed the body during an advisory proceeding examining Israel's post-1967 occupation of Palestinian territories.

Why Is Sri Lanka Joining US-led Patrols in the Red Sea?

Why Is Sri Lanka Joining US-led Patrols in the Red Sea?

By Uditha Devapriya
The decision to deploy vessels to the Red Sea has turned the Sri Lankan Navy into an active participant in the tensions mushrooming in the region.

Malaysia and Indonesia Are Links in Iran’s Drone Supply Chain

Malaysia and Indonesia Are Links in Iran’s Drone Supply Chain

By Sribala Subramanian
Companies based in the two countries are part of an "illicit procurement network" that has been targeted by U.S. sanctions. 

Singapore Says It Will Join US-Led Red Sea Operation

Singapore Says It Will Join US-Led Red Sea Operation

By Sebastian Strangio
The commitment is consistent with the city-state's long commitment to norms and rules supporting unimpeded global trade.
Anwar Ibrahim, Anti-Semite?

Anwar Ibrahim, Anti-Semite?

By David Hutt
The Malaysian leader has long expressed strong, and at times contradictory, views on the Israel-Palestine conflict.

Malaysia Bars Israeli Cargo Vessels From Its Ports Over Gaza Conflict

Malaysia Bars Israeli Cargo Vessels From Its Ports Over Gaza Conflict

By Sebastian Strangio
The ban singled out ZIM Integrated Shipping Services Ltd., Israel’s largest shipping company, which has been permitted to dock at Malaysia's ports since 2002.

In Gaza, an Indonesian Volunteer Has Become an Unlikely War Reporter

In Gaza, an Indonesian Volunteer Has Become an Unlikely War Reporter

By Aisyah Llewellyn
Fikri Rofiul Haq, 24, who came to Gaza with an Indonesian charity, has remained behind in order to bear witness to the ongoing war.

Russia-Ukraine and Israel-Hamas Wars Reveal the Importance of Weapons Production

Russia-Ukraine and Israel-Hamas Wars Reveal the Importance of Weapons Production

By Vasabjit Banerjee and Benjamin Tkach
Current conflicts offer a reminder to China and the U.S.: Arms do not deliver victory only through technological advantage but also through availability.
Understanding China’s Position on the Israel-Palestine Conflict

Understanding China’s Position on the Israel-Palestine Conflict

By Sercan Çalışkan
Beijing is contrasting its approach with Washington's in a bid to win favor from the Gulf states – while still treading cautiously.

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