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U.S. in Southeast Asia

US-ASEAN Summit a Missed Opportunity to Tackle Shrinking Civic Space Across the Region
May 18, 2022

US-ASEAN Summit a Missed Opportunity to Tackle Shrinking Civic Space Across the Region

By Pornpen Khongkachonkiet
Civil society across ASEAN is struggling to survive in the face of growing repression. Countering this alarming trend must be a top priority for the U.S.

US Credibility in ASEAN in the Shadow of the Ukraine Conflict
April 29, 2022

US Credibility in ASEAN in the Shadow of the Ukraine Conflict

By David Cohen and Alexandra Koch
Washington's deepening engagement with NATO has unsettled efforts to consolidate alliances and partnerships in Southeast Asia.
America’s Aid Imperium and Human Rights in Southeast Asia
March 25, 2022

America’s Aid Imperium and Human Rights in Southeast Asia

By Salvador Santino F. Regilme Jr.
Has U.S. foreign aid led to advancements in rights or increased repression in Southeast Asia?

Kamala Harris’ Southeast Asia Visit Shows Biden’s Southeast Asia Policy Still Lacks a Clear Roadmap
August 27, 2021

Kamala Harris’ Southeast Asia Visit Shows Biden’s Southeast Asia Policy Still Lacks a Clear Roadmap

By Xirui Li and Dingding Chen
The expansion of U.S. cooperation with Southeast Asia was a welcome step, but the question of long-term strategy remains.

Will Vietnam Be America’s Next Strategic Partner?
August 21, 2021

Will Vietnam Be America’s Next Strategic Partner?

By Alexander L. Vuving
The momentum is now set for the two countries to announce their long overdue strategic partnership the next time their top leaders meet in person.

Richard Heydarian on Southeast Asia’s Eventful Year
February 01, 2021

Richard Heydarian on Southeast Asia’s Eventful Year

By Sebastian Strangio
What does 2021 hold for Southeast Asia?

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.
How the US Can Win Back Southeast Asia
September 01, 2020

How the US Can Win Back Southeast Asia

By Charles Dunst
President Trump has done damage to America’s image, but the U.S. can still secure its abiding regional interests.

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.

US Must Recapture Lost Ground in Southeast Asia or Risk Being Shut Out
February 14, 2020

US Must Recapture Lost Ground in Southeast Asia or Risk Being Shut Out

By John Goyer
The “State of Southeast Asia 2020” report is a warning bell for American influence in the region.

Can the US Compete With China in Southeast Asia?
August 07, 2018

Can the US Compete With China in Southeast Asia?

By Dingding Chen and You Wang
Both countries have advantages in Southeast Asia, and the competition will be a long game.
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