- Has ASEAN Lost it?
- Global Security Initiative: Anything New?
- Why is Timor-Leste Important for ASEAN?
- ASEAN’s Engagement in the Indo-Pacific
- ASEAN Year in Review: 2021
- ASEAN Troika for Myanmar
- Re-Energising ASEAN Tourism
- Time to Revisit an ASEAN Travel Bubble
- Mad About Milk Tea
The State of Southeast Asia 2022 Survey conducted by the ASEAN Studies Centre at ISEAS – Yusof Ishak Institute highlighted the pandemic’s threat to health, and a ‘slow and ineffective’ ASEAN as the top challenge and concern facing the region. The Myanmar crisis is seen as putting ASEAN’s centrality and unity to the test. China continues to be highly regarded as the most influential economic and political power while Japan remains the most trusted major power. Competing spheres of influence in the region and beyond are not far from everyone’s minds.
- ASEAN Digitalisation Beyond COVID-19
- Myanmar & the ASEAN Way
- Addressing the Climate & Biodiversity Nexus
- Southeast Asia’s Forests & their Contributions
- Hill Stations of Southeast Asia
The State of Southeast Asia: 2021 Survey Report presents the findings of a region-wide online survey conducted among the policy, research, business, civil society, and media communities. For the first time, three different language options were offered: English, Bahasa Indonesia and Vietnamese. A total of 1,032 respondents from ten ASEAN member states participated in the online survey.
- “America is Back.” To Southeast Asia?
- Meeting Online: A New Normal in ASEAN?
- E-Democracy in Southeast Asia
- Improving Digital Connectivity for E-Commerce
- Vietnam’s 2020 ASEAN Chairmanship
- ASEAN-US Relations Post-US Presidential Election
- Geopolitics in the Age of COVID-19
- Economic Impact of COVID-19
- Embracing Sustainable COVID-19 Recovery
- COVID-19 Infodemic
- Strengthening ASEAN Food Trade During COVID-19
- Conflicting Maritime Visions of the South China Sea
- Perspectives of the SCS Arbitration Award
- 45 Years of ASEAN-New Zealand Relations
- Tattoo Traditions in Southeast Asia