ISEAS Perspective 2015

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.

 

2015/72 UMNO General Assembly 2015: Najib’s Call for Unity and Loyalty is Hardly Enough

 

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2015/71 Survey Findings on Public Familiarity and Confidence in Constitution Drafting Committee (CDC) Members, and Public Opinion over Posting Images of Alcohol on Social Media

 

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2015/70 Myanmar’s 2015 Elections: New Hope on the Horizon?

 

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2015/69 Malaysia’s 2016 Budget: Pursuing Fiscal Consolidation while Skirting Critical Growth Concerns

 

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2015/68 Myanmar’s Landmark Election: Unresolved Questions

 

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2015/67 What Russia’s “Turn to the East” Means for Southeast Asia

 

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2015/66 50 Years since 30 September, 1965: The Gradual Erosion of a Political Taboo.

 

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2015/65 Protracted Period in Power Can Prove Perilous for Thailand’s Military Government

 

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2015/64 Amidst Indonesia’s Nationalist Atmospherics: The Changing Politics of Jokowi’s Economics

 

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2015/63 The TPP’s Impact on Vietnam: A Preliminary Assessment

 

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