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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.


2023/23 “The AUKUS Announcement and Southeast Asia: An Assessment of Regional Responses and Concerns” by Ian Storey and William Choong*


2023 No. 23


2023/22 “Strong Party-to-Party Relations Cement Cambodia-China Bilateral Ties” by Chheang Vannarith


2023 No. 22


2023/21 “From Laissez Faire to Restriction to Cooperation: A History of Thai Responses to China’s Influence on Thai Chinese Education” by Sivarin Lertpusit


2023 No. 21


2023/20 “Malaysia’s 15th General Election: Ethnicity Remains the Key Factor in Voter Preferences” by Marzuki Mohamad and Ibrahim Suffian


2023 No. 20


2023/19 “Financing the Green Economy: Options for Indonesia” by Reza Siregar and Maria Monica Wihardja


2023 No. 19


2023/18 “Forging Anwar’s Cabinet: Fervent Followers, Forbidden Friends, and Former Foes” by Francis E. Hutchinson


2023 No. 18


2023/17 “What to Expect from Indonesia’s ASEAN Chairmanship 2023” by Melinda Martinus


2023 No. 17


2023/16 “Minilateral Cooperation in ASEAN May Help it Overcome Challenges in Multilateralism” by Joanne Lin and Laura Lee


2023 No. 16


2023/15 “Towards More Sustainable Agro-Food Systems in Indonesia” by Maria Monica Wihardja, Bustanul Arifin and Mukhammad Faisol Amir


2023 No. 15


2023/14 “An End to the Three Generals Era and a New Beginning for Thai Democracy” by Termsak Chalermpalanupap


2023 No. 14