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Pelosi’s Visit to Taiwan Creates a Headache for ASEAN Countries
August 05, 2022

Pelosi’s Visit to Taiwan Creates a Headache for ASEAN Countries

By Thi Mai Anh Nguyen
Southeast Asian countries’ greatest fear is being caught in the middle of a China-U.S. conflict. The latest tensions over Taiwan bring that worryingly close to reality.

China and the US: Who Has More Influence in Vietnam?
May 21, 2021

China and the US: Who Has More Influence in Vietnam?

By Mengzhen Xia and Dingding Chen
According to the latest Asian Barometer Survey, China has more influence – but a less positive image – in Vietnam compared to United States.
Is China’s COVID-19 Diplomacy Working in Southeast Asia?
February 20, 2021

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

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

Hedging, Over Commitment, and the Escalating Risk of Conflict in Southeast Asia
October 16, 2020

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’
September 23, 2020

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

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

Donald Emmerson on Southeast Asia’s Approach to China
August 05, 2020

Donald Emmerson on Southeast Asia’s Approach to China

By Shannon Tiezzi
Emmerson discusses the South China Sea, the U.S.-China competition, and COVID-19 as factors in the region's relations with China.

China Naval Modernization and the US Response
May 12, 2020

China Naval Modernization and the US Response

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Collin Koh Swee Lean
Making the Most of US-ASEAN Ties, Even Without the Vegas Summit
February 29, 2020

Making the Most of US-ASEAN Ties, Even Without the Vegas Summit

By Charles Dunst and Hunter Marston
To regain its advantage in Southeast Asia, Washington must redefine the terms of competition.

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