ISEAS Perspective 2016

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.

 

2016/70 Rakhine Crisis Challenges ASEAN’s Non-Interference Principle

 

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2016/69 Deepening of Malaysia’s Economic Ties to China: What Are the Implications?

 

2016/69

 

2016/68 The Indigenous Peoples’ Movement in Thailand Expands

 

2016/68

 

2016/67 Bersih 5 and the Growing Discontent among the Malays

 

2016/67

 

2016/66 Special Issue: How Southeast Asia is Sizing Up Trump’s Election Victory

 

2016/66

 

2016/65 Democratic Myths in Myanmar’s Transition

 

2016/65

 

2016/64 Old Politics Rises to Challenge New Politics in Jakarta

 

2016/64

 

2016/63 The Impending Trump Presidency and Southeast Asia

 

2016/63

 

2016/62 Can China’s OBOR Initiative Synergize with AEC Blueprint 2025?

 

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2016/61 Turning Malaysia off Inter-Faith Strife

 

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