ISEAS Perspective 2012

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.

 

2012/22 Big Power Contest in Southeast Asia

 

2012/22

 

2012/21 Achievements of the 21st ASEAN Summit

 

2012/21

 

2012/20 Can ASEAN Keep Aiming for New Goals without Having Reached Old Ones?

 

2012/20

 

2012/19 Rohingya or Bengali? Revisiting the Politics of Labelling

 

2012/19

 

2012/18 Indonesia chairs APEC again but will 2013 be as cogent as 1994?

 

2012/18

 

2012/17 Lessons Asia Can Learn from Europe

 

2012/17

 

2012/16 The Resurgence of Social Activism in Malaysia

 

2012/16

 

2012/15 Obama in Myanmar—A Visit with Limited Significance

 

2012/15

 

2012/14 Making Remittances Work in Southeast Asia

 

2012/14

 

2012/13 The Deficit Dilemma in Malaysia

 

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