ISEAS Perspective 2023

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.


2023/45 “Why China Supports the Southeast Asia Nuclear Weapon-Free Zone” by Hoang Thi Ha


2023 No. 45


2023/44 “The Power of Fantasy: Southeast Asians Develop an Obsession with Chinese Xianxia Dramas” by Gwendolyn Yap


2023 No. 44


2023/43 “Move Forward Party Has Won the Election, but May Lose the Premiership Race” by Termsak Chalermpalanupap


2023 No. 43


2023/42 “Southeast Asian Views on the United States: Perceptions Versus Objective Reality” by Lee Sue-Ann


2023 No. 42


2023/41 “Vietnam’s Anti-corruption Campaign: Economic and Political Impacts” by Nguyen Khac Giang


2023 No. 41


2023/40 “A Strategic Reset?: The Philippines-United States Alliance under President Marcos Jr.” by Aries A. Arugay and Ian Storey


2023 No. 40


2023/39 “Perak and Islamic Education: PAS’ Gateway to the West Coast” by Mohd Faizal Musa and Afra Alatas


2023 No. 39


2023/38 “Jokowi’s High Approval Ratings Make Him Potential Kingmaker” by Burhanuddin Muhtadi


2023 No. 38


2023/37 “Is the US a Serious Competitor to China in the Lower Mekong?” by Hoang Thi Ha


2023 No. 37


2023/36 “Why Malaysia’s Unity Government Will (Probably) Survive” by Kai Ostwald


2023 No. 36