Huynh Tam Sang
Huỳnh Tâm Sáng is a lecturer at Ho Chi Minh City University of Social Sciences and Humanities’ Faculty of International Relations and a research fellow at the Taiwan NextGen Foundation. He is also a non-resident WSD-Handa Fellow at Pacific Forum. His main research fields are East Asian international relations, Vietnam’s foreign policy, and middle-power diplomacy.
Vietnam’s “Four No’s” of defence policy are being tested
The war in Ukraine has forced Hanoi into a delicate dance between Russia and the United States.
Could minilateralism work in the South China Sea?
Jakarta’s ambitions for a maritime alliance with its ASEAN neighbours is the right response to intimidation from China.
Australia’s chance to dream with Southeast Asia
As a United States ally, Canberra can be a bridge between the region and Washington.