Dr. Alice Ba
Alice D. Ba, PhD (University of Virginia, 2000) joined the Department in 2000. She specializes in the international relations, politics, and regionalisms of Southeast and East Asia. Professor Ba's current and recent research focuses on Southeast Asia and its relations with China and the United States in East Asia, East and Southeast Asian regionalisms, the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), and the comparative conditions and processes of engagement. She teaches courses on Southeast Asian politics and world relations, Chinese politics and foreign policy, as well as international relations and international relations theory. Professor Ba currently serves as Director of the Asian Studies Program.
(Re)Negotiating East and Southeast Asia: Regions, Regionalisms, and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 2009.
"US in Southeast Asia: Electoral Distractions Ahead?", Southeast Asia Outlook 2012-2013. (Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2012): 26-34.
"ASEAN Centrality Imperiled? ASEAN Institutionalism and the Challenges of Major Power Institutionalization," in ASEAN and the Institutionalization of East Asia, edited by Ralf Emmers. (Abingdon and New York, Routledge: 2011): 114-129.
"Staking Claims and Making Waves in the South China Sea: How Troubled Are the Waters?" Contemporary Southeast Asia (December 2011): 269-291.