Dr Ian Storey is Senior Fellow at ISEAS – Yusof Ishak Institute and editor of Contemporary Southeast Asia. He specializes in security issues in Southeast Asia with a particular focus on the South China Sea dispute. Prior to joining ISEAS he was Associate Professor at the Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies in Honolulu, Hawaii and Assistant Professor at Deakin University, Australia. He obtained his PhD from the City University of Hong Kong (2001), Master’s Degree from the International University of Japan (1995) and Bachelor of Arts (Hons.) from the University of Hull, England (1991). He was born and brought up in the United Kingdom.
Articles by Ian Storey (43)
BrahMos Supersonic Missiles: Poised to Buoy New Delhi’s Arms Exports?
India is not a major arms exporter, something that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is keen to change. But there is one “Made in India” weapons system that half a dozen Southeast Asian countries seem most eager to buy: the BrahMos supersonic cruise missile.
Setbacks for Moscow, Progress for Kyiv: The Russia-Ukraine War and its Impact on the ASEAN, G20 and APEC Summits
The Russia-Ukraine War complicated but did not derail the ASEAN, G20 and APEC summits in Southeast Asia.
When Abstention Speaks Volumes: Thailand’s Turnaround in the UNGA
Thailand’s decision to abstain from the latest United Nations General Assembly resolution on rejecting Russia’s annexation of Ukrainian territories raises doubts about Bangkok’s commitment to international laws and norms.
Myanmar and Russia: Vladivostok Meeting Signals a Tighter Embrace
Russia and Myanmar have been broadening bilateral cooperation in the face of global condemnation.
Will the Thai Military Ever Get Its Submarines and Stealth Fighters?
Thailand’s military is facing a series of practical and political difficulties in its procurement processes to upgrade its air force and navy assets.