Sarah Teo is an assistant professor in the Regional Security Architecture Programme, Institute of Defence and Strategic Studies (IDSS), S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS), Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. Her research interests include multilateral security and defence cooperation in ASEAN and the Asia Pacific, middle powers in the Asia Pacific, as well as power in international relations. Her latest book is Middle Powers in Asia Pacific Multilateralism: A Differential Framework (Bristol University Press, 2023). She is the co-author, with Ralf Emmers, of Security Strategies of Middle Powers in the Asia Pacific (Melbourne University Publishing, 2018) and the co-editor, with Bhubhindar Singh, of Minilateralism in the Indo-Pacific: The Quadrilateral Security Dialogue, Lancang-Mekong Cooperation Mechanism, and ASEAN (Routledge, 2020). Her articles have also been published in peer-reviewed journals such as International Theory, The Pacific Review and Asia Policy, as well as various commentary platforms. She has a PhD from the University of Sydney and MSc (International Relations) from RSIS.
Publications by Sarah Teo
The Future of the ADMM-Plus in the Indo-Pacific
Since its establishment, the ADMM-Plus has evolved into a valuable component of the regional security architecture. It facilitates not only dialogue among the region’s defense ministers and officials, but also […]