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  • 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.

2018 No. 65

2018/65 Political Machinery or Women’s Network?: The Case of East Java’s 2018 Gubernatorial Election

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2018 No. 64

2018/64 U.S. – China Trade War: Opportunities & Risks for Southeast Asia

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2018 No. 63

2018/63 Thailand’s Changing Party Landscape

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2018 No. 62

2018/62 In Pursuit of Connectivity: China Invests in Southeast Asian Infrastructure

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2018 No. 61

2018/61 Myanmar’s Current Politics: Implications for the 2020 General Elections

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2018 No. 60

2018/60 North Sumatra’s 2018 Election: Identity Politics Ruled the Day

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2018 No. 59

2018/59 Education in Post GE-14 Malaysia: Promises, Overtures and Reforms

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2018 No. 58

2018/58 West Kalimantan Gubernatorial Election 2018: Identity Politics Proves Decisive

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2018 No. 57

2018/57 Understanding Ethnic Political Parties in Myanmar: The Cases of Mon and Karen States

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2018 No. 56

2018/56 Myanmar’s Mid-Term Crises and the Elections to Come

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