Regional stability: focus on Southeast Asia

National Security College | Professional course


This program explores Southeast Asia as a nexus of strategic rivalry in the Indo-Pacific. It focuses on how regional actors are responding to China’s rise, how competition for influence is evolving and what challenges this poses for regional cohesion. During this course participants will consider, among other topics, whether Southeast Asia is shifting towards a more China-centric order; how regional states and institutions—especially ASEAN—figure in the Indo-Pacific balance of power; and the other security challenges faced by the region.

Course date: 
28–29 October 2024
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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