ISEAS Perspective 2020

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.


2020/87 “Are ASEAN Stimulus Dollars Going towards Sustainability?” by Melinda Martinus and Sharon Seah


2020 No. 87



2020/86 “Formal and Flexible: ASEAN and the New Strategic Disorder” by Malcolm Cook and Hoang Thi Ha


2020 No. 86



2020/85 “COVID-19’s Impact on Indonesia’s Social Opposition: The Examples of Labour Rights and the Papuan Question” by Max Lane


2020 No. 85



2020/84 “Vietnam’s 13th Party Congress: Document Preparation and Personnel Line-up” by Lye Liang Fook and Ha Hoang Hop


2020 No. 84



2020/83 “The COVID-19 Pandemic Complicates Japan-China Relations: Will This Benefit ASEAN?” by David Arase


2020 No. 83



2020/82 “Mainland Southeast Asia’s Environmental Challenges from China” by Enze Han


2020 No. 82



2020/81 “Impending Cabinet Reshuffle: Prayut’s Dilemma” by Termsak Chalermpalanupap


2020 No. 81



2020/80 “China-US Relations: Singapore’s Elusive Sweet Spot” by William Choong


2020 No. 80



2020/79 “The Missing (Small) Businesses of Southeast Asia” by Michael T Schaper


2020 No. 79



2020/78 “Tensions in Northeast Asia Pose Varying Threats to Southeast Asia” by Denny Roy


2020 No. 78