“Digital Payments Can Accelerate Master Plan for ASEAN Connectivity”
“ASEAN and the South China Sea Code of Conduct: Raising the Aegis of International Law”"A Review of the ASEAN Charter: In the Fullness of Time"
by Hoang Thi Ha
With Vietnam at the helm of ASEAN this year, the grouping has wielded the aegis of international law to ensure that international and regional concerns about the South China Sea are respected in Code of Conduct negotiations.
by Sharon Seah
The anticipated complete review of the ASEAN Charter will likely never happen. ASEAN’s stifling bureaucratic process is likely to bring about “death by committee” where even the best intentioned initiatives may not see light of day.
by Melinda Martinus
Digital payment systems have proliferated across Southeast Asia, thanks to various platforms provided by banks, ride-hailing apps and fintech firms. For such payments to truly take off, the region needs to work on facilitating cross-border transactions.
Lecture: How to think about the Indo-Pacific?
Lecture: ASEAN: Securing Relevance Amidst Change
Lecture: RCEP: Progress, Outstanding Issues and Outlook
Lecture: The Philippines' Chairmanship of ASEAN in 2017
Lecture: ASEAN: Next 50
Lecture: Indonesia and ASEAN's Changing Dynamics
Lecture: The ASEAN Charter at 10: Prospects and Retrospect
Lecture: ASEAN-Canada Relations: Anniversaries, Histories and the Future
Lecture: The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP): Progress, Challenges and Outlook
Lecture: ASEAN at 50: Reflections on Its Past, Present and Future
Lecture: The Philippines’ Priorities for the 2017 ASEAN Chairmanship
ASEAN Roundtable 2016: The ASEAN Economic Community Towards 2025 [Keynote Speaker: HE LE Luong Minh, Secretary-General, Association of the Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN)]
Lecture: Achieving a Connected and Integrated ASEAN through the Master Plan on ASEAN Connectivity 2025
Lecture: The Importance of Asia in the EU’s Global Strategy
Lecture: US-ASEAN Relations on the Eve of the Sunnylands Summit