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.

 

2020/27 “Weak Party System Dooms Thai Political Party Reforms” by Termsak Chalermpalanupap

 

2020 No. 27

 

2020/26 “The Fight Against COVID-19: China’s Shifting Narrative and Southeast Asia” by Lye Liang Fook

 

2020 No. 26

 

2020/25 “Malaysia 2020: The Impasse of Two-Coalition Politics” by Kai Ostwald

 

2020 No. 25

 

2020/24 “Strategic Divergences: Australia and Maritime Southeast Asia” by Malcolm Cook

 

2020 No. 24

 

2020/23 “Thailand’s ‘Complex Engagement’ Approach in Foreign Policy: A Balancing Act” by Supalak Ganjanakhundee

 

2020 No. 23

 

2020/22 “Malaysia’s New Cabinet: Squaring the Power of the Ruling Parties” by Francis E. Hutchinson

 

2020 No. 22

 

2020/21 “Social Media and Polarization in the “New Malaysia”” by Quinton Temby

 

2020 No. 21

 

2020/20 “Malaysia’s Self-Employment Explosion: Why So Many Own-Account Workers?” by Michael T Schaper

 

2020 No. 20

 

2020/19 “Is the US being Eclipsed in Southeast Asia?” by Choi Shing Kwok

 

2020 No. 19

 

2020/18 “Malaysia and the South China Sea Dispute: Policy Continuity amid Domestic Political Change” by Ian Storey

 

2020 No. 18