The Biden administration is well aware that opinions on the Ukraine conflict in Southeast Asia are divided. Myanmar openly supports Russia, Vietnam is close to Russia, Indonesia is neutral, and Singapore has taken positions similar to those of the US, Japan, and European countries. Despite Biden’s strong encouragement for the that ASEAN countries to take a firmer stance on the Ukraine war, the special summit ended without condemnation of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Even in his summit remarks, Biden did not mention the Ukraine invasion at all. Therefore, in order to explore how ASEAN and the US implement the outcomes of the special summit, and the potential scenarios for the US’ approaches in the region, The Habibie Center aims to organize a #TalkingASEAN Webinar on ‘Joe Biden’s One-Year Presidency and ASEAN-US Special Summit: How would it be Beneficial to ASEAN?’ This event will bridge the policy makers and implementers in discussing further development of the fluid situations enveloping Indo-pacific and beyond and possible future scenarios for the ASEAN-US Dialogue Relations under Biden-Harris’ administration.