Sizing-up the US-ASEAN Summit and Vietnam’s Place in the World
By Luke Hunt
A conversation with veteran academic Carl Thayer.
Is the Biden Administration Serious About ‘ASEAN Centrality’?
By Xirui Li
The term is used constantly, but there still seems to be little substance to U.S. interactions with the regional body.
What Washington’s Afghanistan Withdrawal Means for Southeast Asia
By John Harley Breen
The haphazard withdrawal will likely reinforce long-standing queries about the strength of U.S. commitments in the region.
As Summits Loom, Biden Administration Bolsters Engagement With Southeast Asia
By Sebastian Strangio
While differences remain, Washington's current efforts will go some way to allaying Southeast Asian concerns about U.S. disengagement from the region.
Southeast Asia and the Coming Biden Presidency
By Ankit Panda
Will a Biden administration renew attention on Southeast Asia?
US Presidential Elections 2020: Outlook for Southeast Asia
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Bridget Welsh.
Bringing Vietnam Into the ‘Free and Open Indo-Pacific’
By Joshua Kurlantzick
The Trump administration can make the Free and Open Indo-Pacific idea work in Southeast Asia – with Vietnam as a model.
Donald Trump’s National Security Strategy and Southeast Asia
By Li Jie Sheng
Democracy and Human Rights Shouldn’t Take a Backseat in US Southeast Asia Policy
By Michael Larkin and Hunter Marston
"As the world’s most powerful democracy, the United States can and should do more to support Southeast Asia’s democracies."