ISEAS Perspective 2019

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.

 

2019/110 “Making the Belt and Road Environmentally Sustainable in Southeast Asia” by Alex Mark Lechner, John R. Owen, Angela Tritto, Alexander Horstmann, Hoong, Chen Teo, Chee Meng Tan, Ahimsa Campos-Arceiz

 

2019/110

 

2019/109 “Malaysia’s Budget 2020: A Tough Balancing Act” by Yeah Kim Leng

 

2019/109

 

2019/108 “The Political Economy of Sharia and the Future Trajectory of Democracy in Indonesia” by Syafiq Hasyim

 

2019/108

 

2019/107 “Malaysia’s Shared Prosperity Vision 2030 Needs a Rethink to Make a Breakthrough” by Lee Hwok Aun

 

2019/107

 

2019/106 “Trump’s Absence at ASEAN Summits Undermines US Regional Strategic Engagement” by Tang Siew Mun and Glenn Ong

 

2019/106

 

2019/105 “Why We Should be Worried about the Mekong River’s Future: A Perspective on Forty Years of Great Change” by Milton Osborne

 

2019/105

 

2019/104 “Old and New Competition in Myanmar’s Electoral Politics” by Nyi Nyi Kyaw

 

2019/104

 

2019/103 “Malaysia’s New Soda Tax: An Easy Swallow?” by Geoffrey K. Pakiam

 

2019/103

 

2019/102 “The US-China Trade War: Impact on Vietnam” by Lam Thanh Ha and Nguyen Duc Phuc

 

2019/102

 

2019/101 “Laos’s High-Speed Railway Coming Round the Bend” by Nick Freeman

 

2019/101