In this webinar, Dr Shaun Narine examines the impact of political, social and economic instability in the US on Washington’s ability to manage and fulfill its various security obligations in the Asia Pacific region.
In this webinar, Professor Akio Takahara discussed Japan and China’s relationship and how will they balance their competition and cooperation.
In this webinar, Dr Yu Hong sheds light on the issues and problems associated with BRI implementation, and its prospects going forward.
In this webinar, Professor Rory Medcalf talked about the deterioration in Australia-China relations.
In this webinar, Dr Donald Emmerson, editor of The Deer and the Dragon: Southeast Asia and China in the 21st Century, discussed the “Don’t Make Us Choose”, a popular Southeast Asian plea to the United States and China in light of their rivalry in the region.
In this webinar, Professor William A. Callahan examines how Socialism guides policy-making in China, and considers how it impacts China’s view of Southeast Asia,
In this webinar, Professor Gerald Chan spoke on China’s vision of a digital order, how do countries respond to this China challenge and how to live with an increasingly confident and assertive China in a digital world.
In this webinar, Dr Richard Q. Turcsanyi sheds light on the findings of The Sinophone Borderlands survey – comparing how the public in 13 European countries perceive China and various China-related issues, what foreign policy alignments they favour, and what policy on China they support.
In this webinar, Professor Yanzhong Huang examines China’s COVID vaccine diplomacy effort.
In this webinar, Prof Shen Dingli assessed how US-China ties have changed and where it is headed, highlighting the challenges in the relationship and areas where he thinks the two countries can still work together. Prof Shen also discussed the implications of the evolving US-China relationship on Asia in general and Southeast Asia in particular, including China’s vision of a regional order and how it differs from the one envisioned by the US.