In this webinar, Dr Evan Feigenbaum unpacked the U.S.’s challenges when competing against China’s favourable strategic and economic position in Asia, particularly in Southeast Asia.
In this webinar, Dr Collin Koh, Dr Evan A. Laksmana, Dr Nguyen Thi Lan Anh and Rear Admiral Rommel Jude Ong (Ret) examined China’s gray-zone operations in the South China Sea.
In this webinar, Dr Nick Freeman and Mr Nguyen Xuan Thanh discussed two China-financed railway projects in Southeast Asia, namely the Boten-Vientiane (Laos-China) railway and the Cat Linh-Ha Dong metro line in Hanoi. They examined how the political-institutional contexts and levels of bilateral trust in the recipient countries influenced the outcomes of these two projects.
In this webinar, Dr Zack Cooper examines the evolution of global competition.
In this hybrid seminar, Prof Nick Bisley examined Australia’s approach to Southeast Asia and the tensions that exist between its traditional multilateralism and more recent embrace of competitive minilateralism.
In this hybrid seminar, Portugal’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, João Gomes Cravinho, presented on the diplomatic relationship between Portugal and Southeast Asia.
In this webinar, Prof Suisheng Zhao discussed how Xi Jinping’s third term as the Chinese Communist Party’s General Secretary is expected to have an impact on China’s external relations globally and in Southeast Asia through its foreign policy and decision-making.
In this hybrid seminar, Dr David Arase looked into the origins and purposes of President Xi Jinping’s signature initiative to build a ‘Community of Shared Destiny’.
In this hybrid seminar, Sir Mark Sedwill discussed Britain’s plans to play a more active role in the Indo-Pacific region following the 2016 Brexit referendum.
In this webinar, Mr Wang Zheng shared on the efforts adopted by China for its discourse outreach in Southeast Asia.