• ISEAS Perspective

    ISEAS Perspective provides analysis of specific current events and their significance for the Southeast Asian region. This will be published occasionally, and is aimed at keeping decision-makers in both the public and private sectors informed; as well as scholars, laymen and the interested public.

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2013 No.36

2013/36 The Philippines in China’s Soft Power Strategy

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2013 No.35

2013/35 ‘No First Use of Force’ in the South China Sea: Why Reinvent the Wheel?

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2013 No.34

2013/34 Steadily Amplified Rural Votes Decide Malaysian Elections

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2013 No.33

2013/33 China’s Soft Power in Thailand

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2013 No.32

2013/32 The rise of Chinese power and the impact on Southeast Asia

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2013 No.31

2013/31 The Trans-Pacific Partnership as a tool to contain China: Myth or reality?

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2013 No.30

2013/30 The China-Myanmar Energy Pipelines: Risks and Benefits

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2013 No.29

2013/29 Moving ASEAN+1 FTAs towards an effective RCEP

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2013 No.28

2013/28 APEC and ASEAN Connectivity: Areas of Mutual Interest and Prospects of Cooperation

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2013 No.27

2013/27 Addressing Infrastructure Financing in Asia

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