ISEAS Perspective 2020

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.

 

2020/135 “Movement Control and Migration in Sabah in the Time of COVID-19” by Andrew M. Carruthers

 

2020 No. 135

 

2020/134 “Microcredit in Cambodia: Why is There So Much Support for a Failed Poverty Reduction Model?” by Milford Bateman

 

2020 No. 134

 

2020/133 “Why are the Border Patrol Police in Bangkok now?” by Sinae Hyun

 

2020 No. 133

 

2020/132 “Cambodia’s Foreign Policy Post-COVID-19: Key Challenges” by Kimkong Heng

 

2020 No. 132

 

2020/131 “The Sabah State Election: A Narrow Win and Precarious Mandate for the New Government” by Anantha Raman Govindasamy

 

2020 No. 131

 

2020/130 “The Intricacies of 5G Development in Southeast Asia” by Melinda Martinus

 

2020 No. 130

 

2020/129 “The 2020 Student Uprising in Thailand: A Dynamic Network of Dissent” by Penchan Phoborisut

 

2020 No. 129

 

2020/128 “Protests Against the Omnibus Law and the Evolution of Indonesia’s Social Opposition” by Max Lane

 

2020 No. 128

 

2020/127 “Youthquake Evokes the 1932 Revolution and Shakes Thailand’s Establishment” by Supalak Ganjanakhundee

 

2020 No. 127

 

2020/126 “Why Myanmar’s 2020 Elections Matter” by Moe Thuzar

 

2020 No. 126