Congressional TestimonyAddressing China’s Influence in Southeast Asia: America’s Approach and the Role of Congress
Submitted Written Testimony...
By Daniel Kliman
As the competition between the United States and China to shape the course of the 21st century intensifies, Southeast Asia has become a contested space....
By Patrick M. Cronin, Abigail Grace, Daniel Kliman & Kristine Lee
CommentaryCan South Korea and America Find a Common Position on China?
The image two weeks ago of Presidents Donald Trump and Moon Jae-in greeting Kim Jong Un in the Korean Demilitarized Zone captivated the world. The impromptu, trilateral meetin...
By Richard Fontaine, Kristine Lee & Hannah Suh
America’s alliances and partnerships in the Asia-Pacific remain the bedrock of regional prosperity and security. The demand signal for U.S. regional engagement—diplomatic, economic, and military—continues to grow amid mounting tensions and power shifts.
Areas of focus for the CNAS Asia-Pacific Security Program include how the United States can strengthen its existing relationships with high-capability allies and partners like Japan, South Korea, Australia, and Taiwan, enhance its security and economic engagement with Southeast Asia, and forge a relationship with India that will contribute to a more favorable regional balance of power.