Securing regional stability: focus on Southeast Asia NEW

National Security College | Professional course


This program explores Southeast Asia as a nexus of strategic rivalry in the Indo-Pacific, with a focus on how regional actors are responding to China’s rise, how competition for influence is evolving and what challenges this poses for regional cohesion. Is Southeast Asia shifting towards a more China-centric order? How do regional states and institutions—especially ASEAN—figure in the Indo-Pacific balance of power? What other security challenges does the region face?

No security clearance required.

Course date: 
19–20 July 2023
National Security College, #132 Crawford Building, 1 Lennox Crossing, ANU

Cost per person (ex-GST): $2,250 for PAC Agencies; $2,700 for all others

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