Joanne Lin

Ms Joanne Lin is Co-coordinator of the ASEAN Studies Centre at ISEAS – Yusof Ishak Institute, and Lead Researcher (Political-Security) at the Centre.

Articles by Joanne Lin (39)

Leaders pose for a family photo within the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Summit in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia on October 20, 2023. United Arab Emirates Presidential Court / Handout / Anadolu (Photo by United Arab Emirates Presidentia / ANADOLU / Anadolu via AFP)

ASEAN-GCC Summit: The Need to Keep it Going

Joanne Lin

The recent ASEAN-Gulf Cooperation Council summit underscores a joint goal to link the two dynamic regions. The key is to keep the bloc-to-bloc interactions going.

Is Laos Able to Make a Difference in the Myanmar Crisis?

Joanne Lin

Joanne Lin looks at the crisis in Myanmar and recommends possible strategies for Laos to move the needle on the issue, ahead of its ASEAN Chairmanship next year.

43rd ASEAN Summit: B for Outcomes, A for Grit

Joanne Lin|Sharon Seah|Melinda Martinus|Kristina Fong Siew Leng

Joanne Lin, Sharon Seah, Melinda Martinus, and Kristina Fong examine the key deliverables of the 43rd ASEAN Summit and assess Indonesia’s Chairmanship.

ROK’s Ambitions in the Indo-Pacific: A Boon or Bane for ASEAN?

Joanne Lin

As ASEAN and ROK leaders meet, Joanne Lin looks at the Republic of Korea (ROK)’s growing ambition in the Indo-Pacific under President Yoon and its implications on ASEAN.

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Defence Minister Anita Anand

Canada’s Indo-Pacific Strategy: When Rhetoric Extends Beyond Reach

William Choong|Joanne Lin

Canada is still on the outside looking in, even if it will be promoted to a strategic partnership with ASEAN next month.