The Singapore Institute for International Relations, in cooperation with U.K.’s Royal Institute of International Affairs (better known as Chatham House), hosted the UK-ASEAN Dialogue for Cooperation and Collaboration Post-Brexit at the Eden Hall, the British High Commissioner’s residence in Singapore, last November 8. The EU Centre in Singapore was also involved in the dialogue.

Over 40 participants explored the implications of Brexit on relations, but also looked ahead to possible cooperation on security, development and sustianability issues. Pathways’ Aileen Baviera shared her thoughts at a panel on “Geopolitics and the Changing Realities of the ASEAN-UK Relationship”.