ASEAN

Why India didn’t join the RCEP? – With Akshobh Giridharadas

American politics is dominating the news today, but the future will be more and more Asian. Here we anticipate times, and it seems to us quite legit to understand why the Indian colossus hasn’t joined the most significant free trade agreement in the world, the RCEP. Akshobh Giridharadas has one idea or two about it…

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Why India didn’t join the RCEP? – With Akshobh Giridharadas

Italy is in delay, but it is catching up in its relationship with ASEAN – With Valerio Bordonaro

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Italy is in delay, but it is catching up in its relationship with ASEAN – With Valerio Bordonaro

The EU is definitely the most reliable partner for ASEAN – With Ambassador Driesmans

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The EU is definitely the most reliable partner for ASEAN – With Ambassador Driesmans

Italy and the West must pay attention of what’s happening in the ASEAN – With Ambassador Galanti

As the only Italian and European podcast that deals with SEA and India, I am proud to host Lorenzo Galanti, Ambassador of Italy to Thailand, Cambodia and Laos. We have discussed on the importance for Italy, but in general for the Western world, to acknowledge the fundamental strategic importance of the Indo-Pacific region.

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Italy and the West must pay attention of what’s happening in the ASEAN – With Ambassador Galanti

ASEAN will go green, but at its schedule – With Septia Buntara Supendi

In the post-pandemic world, the attention towards a fair and green transition will grow. ASEAN countries have lifted millions of people out of poverty thanks to cheap energy from coal and oil. The coal trade is rejuvenating, and new refineries are being built in the region. Southeast Asia, despite all the odds, will go green…

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ASEAN will go green, but at its schedule – With Septia Buntara Supendi

Can renewables power ASEAN economies? – With Randy Giveans

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Can renewables power ASEAN economies? – With Randy Giveans

Business as usual between US and China under Biden – With Joshua Kurlantzick

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Business as usual between US and China under Biden – With Joshua Kurlantzick

Japan might be the “Third Way” that ASEAN is searching between US and China – With Alessio Patalano

Japan has established itself to be a leading force in Southeast Asia. Although it is not “showing muscles” like China or the US, Japan is fundamental for the region’s capacity building and its economic development. Japan offers a less confrontational approach and it represents a suitable “Third Way” vis-a-vis the turf war between the two…

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Japan might be the “Third Way” that ASEAN is searching between US and China – With Alessio Patalano

ASEAN is at the center of the RCEP architecture – With Carlyle Thayer

ASEAN is at the center of the geopolitical feud between the US and China. Little will change under Biden Administration, but in the meanwhile, it has joined the largest trade agreement in the world, the RCEP. How will this influence ASEAN’s relationship with China? Will the US catch up with the geopolitical and economic clout…

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ASEAN is at the center of the RCEP architecture – With Carlyle Thayer