Vincenzo Caporale

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Vincenzo Caporale has a BA from UC Berkeley in Comparative Politics and a M.Phil from the University of Cambridge in International Relations. He is currently a feature writer at the Borgen Magazine and an editorial intern at the national interest. His work focuses on development and geopolitics in Southeast Asia. You can reach Vincenzo or follow his work on Twitter @VincenzoCIV

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‘Mr. Trong Goes to Beijing’: General Secretary Trong’s Beijing Visit Affirms Vietnamese Balancing Act with China

Between October 30 and November 2, Vietnamese Communist Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong visited Chinese President Xi Jinping in Beijing in a decorous...

ASEAN-US Summit: Vietnam and the United States Place a High Value on Their Partnership

In mid-May, the United States hosted eight of the ten Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) member states (leaders did not invite Myanmar while...

How the Vietnamese History Constrains its Policy Choices Today

Recently, ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Center released its annual State of Southeast Asia Report that, among other things, found Vietnamese distrust of China remains very high....

Are There Any Consequences to China’s Growing Unpopularity in Southeast Asia?

As China grows, so too does its ambition to regain its historical status as the hegemon of Asia. It employs economic coercion, territorial expansion,...

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Western Volunteer Combat Troops for Ukraine and Asymmetrical Warfare at Sea

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Australia’s Response and Actions to the Solomon-China Security Pact

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