Hoang Thi Ha

Hoang Thi Ha

Hoang Thi Ha is the lead researcher on political-security affairs at the ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute’s Asean Studies Centre in Singapore

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Opinion | What’s behind Southeast Asia’s hesitancy towards China-made vaccines?

Beijing has supplied 190 million doses of its home-grown inoculations to the region, but public perceptions towards Sinovac and Sinopharm are negative.

Beijing has supplied 190 million doses of its home-grown inoculations to the region, but public perceptions towards Sinovac and Sinopharm are negative.

10 Sep 2021 - 11:04AM
Opinion | Why Asean needs to care about Mekong issues like it did with haze

Asean remains a bystander to the multitude of environmental challenges and geopolitical dynamics that are unfolding in the Mekong basin, despite being the premier regional grouping for Southeast Asia.

Asean remains a bystander to the multitude of environmental challenges and geopolitical dynamics that are unfolding in the Mekong basin, despite being the premier regional grouping for Southeast Asia.

19 May 2021 - 9:45AM
Opinion | A missed chance in the South China Sea has come back to haunt Asean

Hoang Thi Ha and Ian Storey examine the (dis)connect between the Asean-China Code of Conduct negotiations and the arbitration ruling.

Hoang Thi Ha and Ian Storey examine the (dis)connect between the Asean-China Code of Conduct negotiations and the arbitration ruling.

21 Jul 2020 - 2:18PM
Opinion | In South China Sea, Asean has a choice: ‘Asian values’ or rule of law?

In negotiating a code of conduct with Beijing to prevent flare-ups in the waterway, Asean risks alienating its global partners with cultural exceptionalism

In negotiating a code of conduct with Beijing to prevent flare-ups in the waterway, Asean risks alienating its global partners with cultural exceptionalism

27 May 2019 - 6:07PM