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. This series undergoes a peer-review process.

 

2019/100 “Combating Fake News in Southeast Asia” by Ross Tapsell

 

2019/100

 

2019/99 “President Joko Widodo’s New Cabinet: Some Implications for Indonesian Politics” by Max Lane

 

2019/99

 

2019/98 “Internal Migration in Myanmar: Patterns, Benefits and Challenges” by Su-Ann Oh

 

2019/98

 

2019/97 “The Trump Administration and Southeast Asia: Political Disconnect, Policy Rollout” by Ian Storey and Malcolm Cook

 

2019/97

 

2019/96 “Christian Expansionism in Southeast Asia” by Terence Chong and Evelyn Tan

 

2019/96

 

2019/95 “The Tanjung Piai By-Election: A Riddle Wrapped in a Mystery?” by Francis E. Hutchinson and Kevin Zhang

 

2019/95

 

2019/94 “Japan’s Strategic Balancing Act in Southeast Asia” by David Arase

 

2019/94

 

2019/93 “Democracy First, Federalism Next? The Constitutional Reform Process in Myanmar” by Nyi Nyi Kyaw

 

2019/93

 

2019/92 “Hoax and Misinformation in Indonesia: Insights from a Nationwide Survey” by Ibnu Nadzir, Sari Seftiani and Yogi Setya Permana

 

2019/92

 

2019/91 “The Papua Question: Historical Contexts and International Dimensions” by Leo Suryadinata

 

2019/91