The New Geopolitics of Southeast Asia

The New Geopolitics of Southeast Asia

Southeast Asian states risk becoming pawns in a geopolitical clash between two extra-regional superpowers.

This report analyses how states in the region are responding to the challenge posed by the strategic interests of the US and China in their geography and economy.

Includes contributions on Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, The Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam. 

Read the report:

The New Geopolitics of Southeast Asia

 

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