ASEAN Takes the Middle Road: A 12-month Forecast


    The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) is a prominent political force in the Pacific. As tensions in the region increase, ASEAN must contemplate geopolitical alignments while promoting economic growth and proving its legitimacy as an institution. In the next 12 months, ASEAN will likely enhance its relations with the European Union (EU), the United States (US), and China, avoid taking sides in these powers’ ongoing disputes, and make no progress in resolving the Myanmar crisis.

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    Maxwell Goldstein
    Maxwell Goldstein
    Maxwell is a Junior Intelligence Analyst and student pursuing an international master's degree through the Erasmus Mundus IMSISS programme. His areas of focus are aerospace, technology, and the Indo-Pacific.

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