Cross-Strait Tensions and Southeast Asia’s Middle Powers: A Singaporean Perspective

What role, if any, could Asia’s so-called middle powers can play in response to growing tensions across the Taiwan Strait? This roundtable examines the strategies and approaches these states are adopting as the likelihood of major conflict over this enduring flashpoint intensifies. Find out more in Benjamin Ho’s essay in the latest issue of Asia Policy.

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