Southeast Asian perspectives on US–China competition
Connelly, Aaron L | August 2017
Southeast Asian perspectives on US–China competition is a series of articles discussing the issues facing this region. In order to explore and elevate Southeast Asian perspectives on US–China competition, the Council on Foreign Relations and the Lowy Institute in April 2016 convened nearly two dozen Southeast Asian scholars and policymakers from around the region to discuss their perspectives and those of their governments at a conference in Singapore. The discussion at the conference focused on five areas: the role of the United States and China in Southeast Asia; the regional trade and investment architecture; regional maritime issues; transnational issues in the region; and the future of ASEAN.
CitationConnelly, Aaron L. 2017. Southeast Asian perspectives on US–China competition. © Lowy Institute For International Policy. http://hdl.handle.net/11540/7550.
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