Phuong Pham

Phuong Pham is a PhD student at the Department of Political Science, Duke University. He is also a Features Associate Editor of E-International Relations. His writings have appeared in The Diplomat, East Asia Forum, Policy Forum, Global-is-Asian, and The Geopolitics.

G7 Russia Oil Ban: Not as Simple as Advertised

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A G7 oil ban will be more a matter of economic self-harm than effective foreign policy, unless it is done right.

Southeast Asia Vital to the G7’s “Build Back Better World” Initiative

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Southeast Asia can play a critical role in realizing the promise of the B3W; the initiative’s success is both good for the United States, and good for the region.

Fostering Vietnam-Australia Defense Ties Matters for Both Sides

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With increasing overlap in their defense and trade interests, it only makes sense that Vietnam and Australia take the next step in their bilateral relationship.

How the COVID-19 Pandemic Undermines the Role of BRICS

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If COVID-19 relief was BRICS’ time to shine, he bloc has yet to rise to the challenge.

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