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U.S.-Southeast Asia relations

The Luzon Economic Corridor: A Badly-Needed Win For the US in Southeast Asia?

The Luzon Economic Corridor: A Badly-Needed Win For the US in Southeast Asia?

By Kevin Chen
As a proof of concept for the G-7's Partnership for Global Infrastructure and Investment, there is a lot riding on the initiative in the northern Philippines.

Is Southeast Asia Really Turning Toward China?

Is Southeast Asia Really Turning Toward China?

By Sebastian Strangio
The ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute’s latest survey of elite opinion showed declining support for the U.S., but the picture is complicated.
The US in Southeast Asia: Less Drinking, More Thinking

The US in Southeast Asia: Less Drinking, More Thinking

By William Choong
Under President Joe Biden, Washington has made considerable progress in its relations with the region, but clear weak points remain.

US Defense Ties in Southeast Asia: A Wide-Ranging Buffet

US Defense Ties in Southeast Asia: A Wide-Ranging Buffet

By Sribala Subramanian
The Pentagon's palatable message for Southeast Asia.

Biden to Attend G20 but Miss ASEAN Meetings, White House Says

Biden to Attend G20 but Miss ASEAN Meetings, White House Says

By Sebastian Strangio
The president attended the past two ASEAN-U.S. and East Asia summits, but will be represented by Vice President Kamala Harris at next month's meetings in Jakarta.

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

An Open Letter to Joe Biden From a Southeast Asian

An Open Letter to Joe Biden From a Southeast Asian

By Edmund Lim
Contrary to the ongoing strategic tensions, most people in the region welcome good relations with and between the United States and China.

US Influence in Southeast Asia Waning, New Report Says

US Influence in Southeast Asia Waning, New Report Says

By Sebastian Strangio
A briefing from Sydney's Lowy Institute argues that the U.S. has lost influence to China in recent years, especially in terms of its economic and diplomatic engagement.
Scot Marciel on the State of U.S.-Southeast Asia Relations

Scot Marciel on the State of U.S.-Southeast Asia Relations

By Sebastian Strangio
"Absent a major crisis, policy toward Southeast Asia tends to be a corollary of policies toward those major powers, most notably China."

Is the US Ready to Expand Its Strategic Economic Footprint in Southeast Asia?

Is the US Ready to Expand Its Strategic Economic Footprint in Southeast Asia?

By James Guild
During her recent visit to the Philippines, Vice President Kamala Harris indicated that the U.S. is ready to step up its economic engagement in strategic sectors.

The Rationale Behind the US-ASEAN Electric Vehicle Initiative

The Rationale Behind the US-ASEAN Electric Vehicle Initiative

By Xirui Li
The Biden administration has announced its intention to compete more vigorously with China for Southeast Asia's EV market.

President Biden Confirmed for Summits in Cambodia, Indonesia

President Biden Confirmed for Summits in Cambodia, Indonesia

By Sebastian Strangio
Meanwhile, Vice President Kamala Harris will represent the U.S. at the upcoming APEC Summit in Bangkok.
How American Firms Give the US an Edge Over China in Southeast Asia

How American Firms Give the US an Edge Over China in Southeast Asia

By Phuong Pham
Beijing is an economic power in most of the region, but it can't compete with the long-established U.S. business presence.

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