Episodes

A Nato-style alliance in Southeast Asia: no way it can happen – With Douglas Paal

Maybe Mark Esper didn’t say precisely that ASEAN need to evolve into a Nato-style alliance, but that was the...

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A Nato-style alliance in Southeast Asia: no way it can happen – With Douglas Paal

In Southeast Asia the Belt & Road is not going pretty well – With Claire Chu

This podcast has risen in popularity when we started to discuss whether or not the Belt & Road projects...

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In Southeast Asia the Belt & Road is not going pretty well – With Claire Chu

Southeast Asian countries may have to choose between China and the US – With Grant Newsham

Maybe in the past, Southeast Asian countries may have remained neutral between the US and China, but nowadays, according...

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Southeast Asian countries may have to choose between China and the US – With Grant Newsham

Pompeo’s stances on South China Sea will send shockwaves in Southeast Asia – With Carlyle Thayer

What will be the consequences of Pompeo’s statement on South China Sea?Professor Carlyle Thayer, a good friend of mine,...

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Pompeo’s stances on South China Sea will send shockwaves in Southeast Asia – With Carlyle Thayer

The stakes are high in the Indo-Chinese clash, but diplomacy will win – With Akshobh Giridharadas

Twenty Indian soldiers died in the heights of the Himalayas in the clashes with PLA troops. The skirmish is...

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The stakes are high in the Indo-Chinese clash, but diplomacy will win – With Akshobh Giridharadas

ASEAN will remain completely neutral over Hong Kong – With Dylan Loh Ming Hui

Dylan Loh is not going around the issue: ASEAN will remain neutral over Hong Kong. ASEAN countries can’t allow...

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ASEAN will remain completely neutral over Hong Kong – With Dylan Loh Ming Hui

China’s actions against India are driven by weakness, not strength – With Abhijit Singh

Is there a parallel between China’s assertiveness and military actions in the South China Sea and the recent escalation...

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China’s actions against India are driven by weakness, not strength – With Abhijit Singh