The Southeast Asia Program provides policy recommendations and support for U.S.–Southeast Asia relations and builds political, economic, and people-to-people ties between the United States and Southeast Asian countries.
In this effort, the Southeast Asia Program:
- Raises the level of focus on Southeast Asia through educating, enlightening, and making regional issues and leaders more accessible to a U.S. audience.
- Broadens the constituency of active and interested parties in the United States that are engaged in the policy dialogue on Southeast Asia.
- Develops a strong foundation of research-based knowledge to encourage dynamic policy dialogue in support of sound security, economic, human rights, and people-to-people policies toward Southeast Asia.
- Attracts the world’s most talented and knowledgeable researchers and thinkers to contribute to the CSIS Southeast Asia Program.
With the rise of Anwar Ibrahim as Malaysia’s 10th prime minister, Malaysia has entered a new political era.
Commentary by Sophie Lemière — January 17, 2023
Commentary by Charles Dunst — January 13, 2023
Brief by Gregory B. Poling and Andreyka Natalegawa — December 15, 2022
Congressional Testimony by Gregory B. Poling — December 7, 2022
Commentary by Michael Martin — December 5, 2022
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Blog Post — September 15, 2022
Commentary by Bich T. Tran — September 8, 2022
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Podcast Episode by Gregory B. Poling , Andreyka Natalegawa , and Danielle Fallin — September 1, 2022
Blog Post — September 1, 2022
Commentary by Huong Le Thu — August 31, 2022
Blog Post by Danielle Fallin — August 31, 2022
Blog Post — August 19, 2022
Commentary by Charles Dunst — August 18, 2022
Podcast Episode by Gregory B. Poling — August 18, 2022