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Daljit Singh

Mr Daljit Singh is a Senior Fellow at the ISEAS – Yusof Ishak Institute.

Articles by Daljit Singh (5)

US Indo-Pacific Strategy: Digging in For the Long Game

Daljit Singh

It is easy to find fault with the recently-declassified version of the United States’ strategic framework for the Indo-Pacific. The fact remains, however, that the US is making strategic adjustments to steel itself for years, if not decades, of strategic competition with China.

The “Indo-Pacific” is Here to Stay

Daljit Singh

While the aspirational adjectives that prefix it may change, the Indo-Pacific will better reflect the strategic geography of the new era of great power contestation.

Will China Exploit America’s Domestic Distractions for Strategic Gains in Asia?

Daljit Singh

The India-China land border, more than the South China Sea, is the regional flashpoint that could flare.

Biden or Trump? Southeast Asia’s Stakes in the US Election

Daljit Singh

A check list of the differences Southeast Asia can expect if Joe Biden wins the US presidential election or Donald Trump is returned to the White House.

Sino-US Strategic Competition: Shades of a New Cold War?

Daljit Singh

A new report by the White House has cast China as an ideological threat to cherished liberties and the American way of life. This is a bipartisan approach that will endure even if President Donald Trump loses his bid for a second term.