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.

 

2015/62 Presidential Hopefuls in Myanmar’s 2015 Elections

 

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2015/61 Muslim Middle Class Support for Jokowi Wavers

 

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2015/60 The Future of US Strategic Rebalancing Toward Asia

 

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2015/59 Rising Economic Nationalism in Indonesia: Will This Time be Different?

 

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2015/58 Thailand Surveys: On Priorities in Domestic Issues and On Reactions to International Criticism on Human Rights

 

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2015/57 Strategic Rivalry in the South China Sea: How can Southeast Asian Claimant States Shape a Beneficial Outcome?

 

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2015/56 The Hazing Scandals in Thailand Reflect Deeper Problems in Social Relations

 

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2015/55 Persistent Patronage: Explaining the Popularity of Former Corruption Convicts as Candidates in Indonesia’s Regional Elections

 

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2015/54 Malaysia Ramping up in Africa

 

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2015/53 The State of Pentecostalism in Southeast Asia: Ethnicity, Class and Leadership

 

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