ASEAN at 50: Poems from Across Southeast Asia

For the 50th anniversary of the founding of ASEAN, the Transpacific Literary Project presents poems by writers across Southeast Asia

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ASEAN at 50: Poems from Across Southeast Asia

For the 50th anniversary of the founding of ASEAN, the Transpacific Literary Project presents poems by writers across Southeast Asia

How Southeast Asian and Bangladeshi Extremism Intersect

Carnegie Council Presents New "Trump in Asia" Podcast Series

Much uncertainty remains around President Trump's emerging approach to foreign policy. With this in mind, Carnegie Council Senior Fellow and ...

Council on Foreign Relations
Podcast: The Origins of the American Alliance System in Asia

Podcast: The Origins of the American Alliance System in Asia

On this week’s Asia Unbound podcast, Victor Cha,  director of Asian studies and D.S. Song-Korea Foundation professor of government and international affairs at Georgetown University, ...

Asian Views on America’s Role in Asia at Columbia University

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China, Japan, and America: Three Tigers on One Mountain?

Carnegie Council's Devin Stewart talks with Richard McGregor, a journalist and author specializing in East Asia. He is working on a new book that...

Pluralism and Diversity: Best Practices from Singapore and Southeast Asia

Representative Zafar and Minister Zulkifli discussed current trends in the regional-level approaches to cultivating mutual respect in diverse...

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Islamic Studies or Asian Studies? Islam in Southeast Asia

Islamic Studies or Asian Studies? Islam in Southeast Asia

Chiara Formichi's article in The Muslim World is a huge contribution to the study of Islam in Southeast Asia. She explores why Islamic Studies and Southeast Studies were separated and how this...

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How Southeast Asian and Bangladeshi Extremism Intersect

How Southeast Asian and Bangladeshi Extremism Intersect, the latest report from the Institute for Policy Analysis of Conflict (IPAC), looks at how Southeast Asian and Bangladeshi extremism are becoming increasingly intertwined, making the traditional distinction between South and Southeast Asia obsolete, at least as far as counter-terrorism is concerned.

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