ISEAS Perspective 2017

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.

 

2017/95 The 1965 Tragedy, China, and the Ethnic Chinese: Interview with Lieutenant General (Retired) Agus Widjojo (Part II)

 

2017/95

 

2017/94 Mixed Signals: Malaysia’s 2018 Federal Budget and Education

 

2017/94

 

2017/93 Surveillance and Control: The Encampment and Biometric Identification of Rohingya Refugees in Bangladesh

 

2017/93

 

2017/92 Pull and Push: Sino-Vietnamese Relations and President Xi’s Hanoi Visit

 

2017/92

 

2017/91 The Current State of Military Reform in Indonesia: Interview with Lieutenant General (Retired) Agus Widjojo (Part 1)

 

2017/91

 

2017/90 The Rohingya in Bangladesh: Another Round in the Cycle of Exodus and Repatriation?

 

2017/90

 

2017/89 Public Perceptions of China in Indonesia: The Indonesia National Survey

 

2017/89

 

2017/88 Malaysia’s 2018 Budget: Balancing Short Term Needs and Long Term Imperatives

 

2017/88

 

2017/87 “The Trump Administration and Southeast Asia: Enhanced Engagement”

 

2017/87

 

2017/86 Making Deals: President Trump’s Visit to Vietnam

 

2017/86