DANUBE INSTITUTE - APLN member Cheng-Chwee Kuik examines the geopolitical role of Malaysia in the Asia-Pacific region.
CARNEGIE ENDOWMENT FOR INTERNATIONAL PEACE - APLN member Elina Noor co-wrote an article with Christopher S. Chivvis and Beatrix Geaghan-Breiner.
PROJECT SYNDICATE - APLN member Kishore Mahbubani published his latest column in Project Syndicate, detailing the rise of Malaysian Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim, and what this means for Malaysia and ...
THINK CHINA - APLN member Hoang Thi Ha points out that Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong is actively promoting “Vietnamese bamboo diplomacy” as his foreign policy ...
FULCRUM - APLN member Hoang Thi Ha argues that India is seizing strategic opportunities to emerge as a new global power, but its influence in Southeast Asia has not yet been strongly perceived.
USIP - APLN member Cheng-Chwee Kuik argues that although hedging is no panacea and comes with its own risks, it is the best option for Malaysia to pursue its interests amid strategic rivalry.
USP-RSIS - APLN member Sarah Teo is featured on the podcast 'Engaging the Eagle – Exploring U.S. Foreign Policy in Southeast Asia' to discuss U.S.-ASEAN ties with Adrian Ang, Sharon Seah, and Kevin ...
USIP - APLN member Charadine Pich co-wrote an article with Chhengpor Aun, arguing that Cambodia is preserving its strategic autonomy through ‘smart and flexible diplomacy'.
TODAY ONLINE - APLN member Sarah Teo highlighted Singapore’s role in facilitating dialogue among countries amid unstable major power relations and an uncertain environment for smaller states.
On 5 September, in an online discussion hosted by the Carnegie Endowment, APLN member Dewi Fortuna Anwar explored the role of Indonesia and its foreign policy in American statecraft.