Vaccine Diplomacy in Southeast Asia

Please join us for a discussion with Amb. Robert Blake, Professor Yanzhong Huang, and Professor Mely Caballero-Anthony and about the potential for vaccine diplomacy in Southeast Asia.

As the coronavirus pandemic continues, countries in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations are working to secure international assistance in the form of vaccine access. China has committed—and delivered—millions of vaccine doses. But there is strong interest in securing American and European-made vaccines, and India is also providing assistance through vaccine diplomacy to ASEAN members.

This event is the first 2021 spring semester event of the Southeast Asia Forum.

Featured Speakers

  • Amb. Robert O. Blake, Senior Director at McLarty Associates and Former U.S. Ambassador to Indonesia
  • Professor Yanzhong Huang, Director of the Center for Global Health Studies, Seton Hall University
  • Professor Mely Caballero-Anthony, Head, Centre for Non-Traditional Security (NTS) Studies,  S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
  • Akriti Vasudeva, Research Analyst, Stimson Center’s South Asia Program, and Editor-at-large, South Asian Voices
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