We are pleased to announce that a special issue of the journal Asian Security features papers from the November 10, 2016 Weatherhead East Asian Institute conference “Great Power Rivalries, Domestic Politics and Southeast Asian Foreign Policy,” which received funding from the Dorothy Borg Research Program.
The collected papers are available in Asian Security, Volume 13, Number 3, 2017, which is accessible by clicking here.
The volume features the following articles:
“Great Power Rivalries, Domestic Politics and Southeast Asian Foreign Policy: Exploring the Linkages,” by Ann Marie Murphy
“Vietnam’s Foreign Policy in an Era of Rising Sino-US Competition and Increasing Domestic Political Influence,” by Carlyle A. Thayer
“Great Power Rivalries, Domestic Politics and Malaysian Foreign Policy,” by Elina Noor & T. N. Qistina
“Tragedy of Small Power Politics: Duterte and the Shifting Sands of Philippine Foreign Policy,” by Richard Javad Heydarian
“A Nonbalancing Act: Explaining Indonesia’s Failure to Balance Against the Chinese Threat,” by Emirza Adi Syailendra
“Thai–US Relations in the Post-Cold War Era: Untying the Special Relationship,” by Pongphisoot (Paul) Busbarat