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.

 

2016/30 Addressing the Persistent Problem of Piracy and Sea Robbery in Southeast Asia

 

2016/30

 

2016/29 Obama’s Visit to Vietnam Gave Many Important Immediate and Long-term Outcomes

 

2016/29

 

2016/28 ASEAN’s Regional Integration will be Determined by Better Connectivity in the Future

 

2016/28

 

2016/27 Survey Findings in Thailand on Public Attitudes towards Local Administration, and towards Politicians and Conflicts of Interest

 

2016/27

 

2016/26 Drudges or Providers? Working Children in Myanmar

 

2016/26

 

2016/25 Arena or Partners? Japan’s New Security Consensus and Southeast Asia

 

2016/25

 

2016/24 ISIS in Southeast Asia: Internalized Wahhabism is a Major Factor

 

2016/24

 

2016/23 Singapore’s Presence in Africa on the Rise

 

2016/23

 

2016/22 The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) Agreement Holds Strategic Underpinnings

 

2016/22

 

2016/21 Adenan Will Win Big in Sarawak State Election, but Long-Term Effects on Malaysian Politics are Unclear

 

2016/21