ISEAS Perspective 2022

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. This series undergoes a peer-review process.


2022/120 “China-educated Malaysians and China’s Educational Outreach to Malaysia” by Ngeow Chow Bing and Fan Pik Shy


2022 No. 120


2022/119 “The Promise and Peril of Patronage Politics for Authoritarian Party-Building in Thailand” by Napon Jatusripitak


2022 No. 119


2022/118 “The Struggle for International Recognition: Myanmar after the 2021 Coup” by Joanne Lin and Moe Thuzar


2022 No. 118


2022/117 “Setbacks for Moscow, Progress for Kyiv: The Russia-Ukraine War and its Impact on the ASEAN, G20 and APEC Summits” by Ian Storey


2022 No. 117


2022/116 “China’s Hydro-Politics Through the Lancang-Mekong Cooperation” by Hoang Thi Ha


2022 No. 116


2022/115 “How Malaysia’s GE15 Outcome Will Affect the Revision of Budget 2023” by Cassey Lee


2022 No. 115


2022/114 “The Johor Vote – The Impact of Ethnicity, Turnout and Age on Voter Preferences” by Kevin Zhang and Francis E. Hutchinson


2022 No. 114


2022/113 “Malaysia’s GE-15 Manifestos: Wading Through a Flood of Offerings” by Lee Hwok Aun


2022 No. 114


2022/112 “Mapping the Surge in EV Production in Southeast Asia” by Tham Siew Yean


2022 No. 112


2022/111 “Anutin Charnvirakul: Strongest Contender for the Thai Premiership” by Termsak Chalermpalanupap


2022 No. 111