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 Events Summary 2019

A Public Forum - An Uneasy Peace: China Power in A Divided World 

Amidst the ongoing global unravel and power shifts, underpinned by geopolitical tensions and issues such as the “trade war” between the United States and China, the rules-based liberal international order as we know it is under severe stress. It appears that, unless the international order is fundamentally readjusted and reformed, geopolitical tensions and geo-economics contestation are likely to deteriorate to the detriment of all concerned. Central to mitigating, resolving and finding ways forward is the US-China relationship. As US views are well known from the international media and other sources, this public forum takes opportunity from a visit to Bangkok by prominent Chinese think-tank and academic experts to provide Chinese perspectives on geopolitics and geo-economics. The Chinese experts are led by Tsinghua University’s Dr Yan Xuetong, who has been convening China’s premier World Peace Forum. Dr Yan has recently published a widely circulated article on China’s global outlook in Foreign Affairs, which forms the basis of our forum’s title ( 

(January 15, 2019) ASEAN can ease US-China tensions - Thitinan Pongsudhirak 

After proving its durability for more than five decades, the Association of Southeast Asian Nations is fraying and is at risk of marginalization and irrelevance. 

(January 15, 2019) The significance of Asean's retreats - Kavi Chongkittavorn 

Asean's foreign ministers will meet for the first time under Thailand's chairmanship in Chiang Mai on Thursday and Friday. 

(January 11, 2019) Thailand's year of hunting normality - Thitinan Pongsudhirak 

Three related events that will shape Thailand's path this year and beyond are evidently the coronation of His Majesty King Maha Vajiralongkorn Bodindradebayavarangkun, the much-anticipated election, and the once-a-decade rotational chairmanship of Asean. 

(January 8, 2019) Waiting for a more proactive Asean - Kavi Chongkittavorn 

For the rest of 2019, Asean cannot be shy and hide in a corner. The regional and global environment requires the grouping to be more vigilant and proactive in ways that would promote better dialogue and cooperation among member countries and key dialogue partners. 

(January 5, 2019) WITH A NEW KING, WILL 2019 HERALD A NEW POLITICAL NORMAL FOR THAILAND? - Thitinan Pongsudhirak 

After nearly five years of military government and a new constitution, Thailand’s political outlook remains murky. Its planned February 24 election has been delayed multiple times and has been tentatively reset to March 24.