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Sebastian Strangio Explains the Relationship Between China and Southeast Asia

Sebastian Strangio Explains the Relationship Between China and Southeast Asia

Update: 2021-06-011
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The experience of Western colonization has imprinted all of these nations in profound ways and it's tended to inculcate a sort of skepticism about Western invocations of democracy and the rule of law. China, of course, shares a similar skepticism. China was also not formerly colonized, or not fully colonized by Western powers, but it experienced what the Chinese communist party likes to term a century of humiliation.  And so, both regions share an abiding ambivalence about the current international order.

Sebastian Strangio

A full transcript is available at www.democracyparadox.com.

Sebastian Strangio is the Southeast Asia Editor at The Diplomat and the author of In the Dragon's Shadow: Southeast Asia in the Chinese Century.

Key Highlights Include

  • Sebastian explains the economic, political, and cultural ties between China and Southeast Asia
  • An overview of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN)
  • An explanation of the South China Sea dispute
  • Distinguishes between maritime and mainland nations in Southeast Asia
  • China's approach to Southeast Asia under Xi Jinping


Key Links

In the Dragon's Shadow: Southeast Asia in the Chinese Century by Sebastian Strangio

www.thediplomat.com

www.sebastianstrangio.com

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Sebastian Strangio Explains the Relationship Between China and Southeast Asia

Sebastian Strangio Explains the Relationship Between China and Southeast Asia

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