THE DIPLOMAT - APLN member Kasit Piromya points out that the Southeast Asian regional bloc has ample experience in dealing with more powerful outside states – if only it can manage to draw on it.
RSIS - APLN Chair Marty Natalegawa argues that the increasingly intense contestation among major powers necessitates renewal of a foresightful approach in maintaining the relevance of ASEAN.
THE PACIFIC REVIEW - APLN member Dewi Fortuna Anwar published a paper titled "Indonesia’s hedging plus policy in the face of China’s rise and the US-China rivalry in the Indo-Pacific region."
EAST ASIA FORUM - APLN member Mely Caballero-Anthony writes on climate-related security risks, arguing that regional organisations like ASEAN should be at the forefront of climate security engagement.
NIKKEI ASIA - APLN Chair Marty Natalegawa writes for Nikkei Asia and argues that Southeast Asia must seize summit opportunities to secure commitments to peace.
Hoang Hai Ha and Le Lena assess ASEAN's volatility and vulnerability.
Mely Caballero-Anthony urges the Southeast Asian countries to build on the momentum of the 1MSP and support the TPNW Action Plan.
THE HABIBIE CENTER - APLN member Dewi Fortuna Adwar discussed ASEAN expectations and perceptions of the United States under the first year of the Biden administration.
RSIS - ASEAN should come together and assess what regional mechanisms it can leverage in addressing the looming threat of food trade protectionism within the region, amid Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
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