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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. This series undergoes a peer-review process.

 

2022/81 “The Roots of Cambodia’s Actions against Illegal Vietnamese Immigrants” by Jing Jing Luo and Kheang Un

 

2022 No. 81

 

2022/80 “The Complicated Role of Kerohanian Islam (Rohis) Alumni in Disseminating Islam in Indonesia” by Sari Oktafiana and A’an Suryana

 

2022 No. 80

 

2022/79 “How the Party-State Retains Controls over Vietnam’s Blossoming Media Landscape” by Dien Nguyen An Luong

 

2022 No. 79

 

2022/78 “Between Taipei and Beijing: Education Options among the Yunnanese Chinese of Northern Thailand” by Aranya Siriphon

 

2022 No. 78

 

2022/77 “The Media Landscape in Indonesia: The More Things Change, the More They Stay the Same” by Sofie Syarief

 

2022 No. 77

 

2022/76 “Piracy and the Pandemic: Maritime Crime in Southeast Asia, 2020-22” by Ian Storey

 

2022 No. 76

 

2022/75 “Did China Eke out a Vaccine Diplomacy Victory in Southeast Asia?” by Khairulanwar Zaini

 

2022 No. 75

 

2022/74 “What do the Official Chinese Media’s Mixed Messages on the Myanmar Coup Mean?” by Su Mon Thazin Aung and Nan Lwin

 

2022 No. 74

 

2022/73 “On the United States, the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea and US Freedom of Navigation Operations” by Robert Beckman

 

2022 No. 73

 

2022/72 “Digital Transformation under Indonesia’s G20 Presidency: What can it Deliver?” by Lili Yan Ing, Titik Anas and Maria Monica Wihardja

 

2022 No. 72