• 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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2014 No.66

2014/66 The Yangon Myothit Project: Lessons to be Learned About Governance, Entrepreneurship and Media Responsibility

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2014 No.65

2014/65 Myanmar’s Long Road to Federalism: The Case of Shan State

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2014 No.64

2014/64 Australia’s Responses to China’s Strategic Engagement with East Asia

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2014 No.63

2014/63 Ebola, SARS, and the Economies of Southeast Asia

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2014 No.62

2014/62 Malaysia Strives for Fiscal Consolidation and Off-Balance Sheet Transformation

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2014 No.61

2014/61 The Oil Rig Incident: A Line Has Been Crossed in Vietnam’s Relations with China

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2014 No.60

2014/60 RCEP and TPP: Can They Converge into an FTAAP?

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2014 No.59

2014/59 Thailand: A New Polity in the Making?

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2014 No.58

2014/58 Iskandar Malaysia Labours to Develop

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2014 No.57

2014/57 The Trans Pacific Partnership: Eluding Obama’s Grasp

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