Ukraine and Southeast Asia: Implications One Year On
In this episode of Dialogues at Fulcrum, APLN member C Raja Mohan talked about the implications of the war against Ukraine on Southeast Asia.
Dialogues at Fulcrum is a podcast published by the ISEAS – Yusof Ishak Institute. For quick reference, the themes below were addressed during the podcast:
2:36 – The war in Ukraine has now become a long-drawn war, with neither side gaining the upper hand. How do you see it in the second year?
8:30 – There are heartening stories about ordinary Ukrainians – computer programmers, mums and other civilians – fighting for their country. Is there something that people in Singapore and Southeast Asia can learn from?
17:10 – Why have Southeast Asian countries taken such varied responses to the invasion of Ukraine? Do they not get the full import and implications of the war against Ukraine?
24:10 – What can ASEAN countries do to support Ukraine?
33:33 – The Chinese have taken a nuanced position towards the war against Ukraine. How will the Chinese position evolve?
38:30 – India scored high marks in the recent 2023 State of Southeast Asia Survey published by the ISEAS – Yusof Ishak Institute, but New Delhi has failed to condemn the invasion of Ukraine. How do we interpret the findings?