ASEAN

東南亞國家協會(英語:Association of Southeast Asian Nations,英文簡稱ASEAN),中文簡稱東盟、亞細安、東南亞國協或東協,是集合東南亞區域國家的一個政府性國際組織。 --來自 維基百科


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2017/05/16 | Taiwan Business TOPICS Magazine

Tsai Pivots Taiwan Southward

The government is seeking to strengthen trade, investment, tourism, education, and cultural relations with South and Southeast Asia.

2017/04/15 | Kongkea Chhoeun

The US–Cambodia Debt Stand-Off

The Cambodian government has once again called on the United States to cancel its US$500 million debt. However, it is unlikely under the Trump administration.

2017/04/14 | Joseph Franco

Sorry ISIS, Philippines is No Place for A Caliphate

Observers thought the 'imminent' IS province in Mindanao may lead to the establishment of a new Southeast Asia-based caliphate, but they neglect socio-economic realities in the southern Philippines

2017/02/28 | Manjit Bhatia

In Trump and Family Asia has to Trust

Could the Trump White House brew American cronyism in the way of Asia?

2017/02/17 | Timothy R. Heath

China Intensifies Effort to Dislodge US in Asia

An Epitaph for the Pivot: China is challenging U.S. power in Asia at its source: America’s role as a security provider.

2017/01/17 | Peter Layton

Let's Face It, China's Military Now Dominates ASEAN

With its new air bases and leading-edge air power, China now has the strategic initiative in South East Asia, writes Peter Layton.

2016/12/16 | Jeffrey Hutton

The iPhone or the App: Why Indonesia Risks Being Nudged out of the Tech Game

It’s not the iPhones Indonesia should make it’s the apps on the phones, writes Jeffrey Hutton.

2016/12/07 | Martin Parkinson

The Business of US Economic Diplomacy in Asia

Despite some shortcomings, the U.S. model of economic diplomacy is still the right bet for the region.

2016/11/28 | Kavi Chongkittavorn

How Will Trump Respond to Duterte's 'Game-Changer' in Asia?

Will Trump attend next year’s ASEAN–U.S. Summit in Manila? The decision will have far-reaching implications.

2016/11/23 | Dennis Ignatius

The East is Red

Overdependence on China for investments and trade and the treachery of corrupt politicians have now rendered ASEAN completely vulnerable to Chinese hegemony, writes Dennis Ignatius.

2016/08/29 | Edward White

Repression in Laos Goes Under the Spotlight

A senior human rights advocate has slammed Laos’ communist government for being a 'regional leader' in repression.

2016/07/29 | Shuhei Omi

South China Sea Watch No. 5

An overview of the past week's key developments in the South China Sea.

2016/07/28 | Orville Schell

China’s Failure in the South China Sea

By reiterating its policy of 'no acceptance, no participation, no recognition, and no implementation,' China has painted itself into a difficult corner and diminished the chances of resolving the myriad maritime disputes in the South China Sea.

2016/07/14 | ZiQing Low

Human Rights Must be Enshrined in Taiwan's New Southbound Policy: Experts

Rights advocates argue that if Taiwanese businesses continue to use legal loopholes in Southeast Asia, President Tsai's New southbound policy will be no more than a catchword for 'economic colonization.'

2016/07/05 | Matthew Fulco

Taiwan’s Banks Eye ASEAN Expansion

The emerging Southeast Asian region of 600 million people offers Taiwanese banks better prospects than mercurial China.

2016/01/07 | 關鍵評論網 ASEAN:Indochina

Thai Government To Take Care of Children of Illegal Migrants

Human Rights Watch reported in September, 2014 that there are thousands of migrants and refugee teenagers detained in police lock-up or immigration facilities in Thailand because of their identity. Every year, hundreds of teenagers are detained indefinitely by the Thai government, which deteriorates the children and teenagers’ growth and development.

2016/01/04 | Yuan

Taiwanese Companies Struggle in Southeast Asia Under Lack of Government Support

The Taiwanese government has been providing less support for ASEAN countries either in political loans or other support, using the excuse of financial crisis and modifications on external policies. But due to the strong support provided by other countries, Taiwan has become increasingly less visible in ASEAN.