Joshua Kurlantzick

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Joshua Kurlantzick

Joshua Kurlantzick is Senior Fellow for Southeast Asia at the Council on Foreign Relations.

Twitter: @JoshKurlantzick



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The alternative paths of multilateral trade deals

Perusing the coverage of President Donald Trump’s first ten months in office, a reader could easily conclude that the global trading system, which has been in existence essentially since 1945, is on the verge of collapse...

The Rohingya crisis: What can be done

In recent months, considerable ink and pixels have been spilled chronicling the growing humanitarian crisis in western Myanmar, and castigating  the Myanmar security forces for their scorched earth policy toward Rakhine State in the country’s west – but also, perhaps more importantly, Aung San Suu Kyi, the country’s leading political figure, though she is barred from becoming its president...

The U.S. and Thailand: warm relations but Thailand stays the same

Although General Prayuth Chan-ocha’s meeting with President Trump, which was supposed to take place in late July, has been postponed, Thailand’s relations with the United States still appear warmer now than at any time since the country’s 2014 coup...

Southeast Asia in the age of Trump

In the early months of the Donald Trump administration, most South-East Asian nations have found themselves in a relatively familiar place in their dealings with Washington - on the periphery of U.S. policy. President Trump spoke with Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte over the phone and has invited other South-East Asian leaders to the White House...