In this hybrid seminar, Mr Carlos Kuriyama and Mr Foo Cher How shared APEC’s latest update of the APEC Regional Trends Analysis and a discussion of Singapore’s priorities under APEC USA 2023.
In this hybrid seminar, Dr Kai Ostwald and Dr Ong Kian-Ming unpacked key voting trends and shared insights into evolving political behaviour in Malaysia.
In this webinar, Professor Turnell discussed the challenges Myanmar’s economy faces, the overall economic trajectory for the foreseeable future, lessons learnt during the NLD administration, and the broader impact of the military coup on the Myanmar people.
In this hybrid seminar, the panellists examined regional perceptions of Japan’s geo-political and socio-economic influence, and shared their thoughts on the future prospects of ASEAN-Japan relations.
In this webinar, Dr Siti Mazidah Mohamad shared her observations on changing trends of Bruneian youths on their engagement with social media and how it had shaped the nation’s socio-cultural, religious, and political landscapes.
In this webinar, Professor Tuong Vu and Dr Nhu Truong discussed the various factors that have impeded Vietnam’s economic potential, the importance of gaining a better understanding of Vietnam’s developmental path to gain insights into its economic patterns and vulnerabilities, and the Communist Party of Vietnam’s (CPV) firm control of the economy and society. The discussion also examined how historical, institutional, and political elements have contributed to the current challenges facing the country.
In this webinar, Professor Leo Suryadinata, Visiting Senior Fellow at ISEAS – Yusof Ishak Institute, shares his insights regarding the transformation of Confucianism in Indonesia.
In this webinar, Dr Napon Jatusripitak, Visiting Fellow at ISEAS – Yusof Ishak Institute, examined the role of patronage politics in Thailand, and the implications for the upcoming Thai general election and beyond.
In this webinar, five experts offer their thoughts on the broader impacts of the ongoing crisis, and the consequences of the continuing conflict to watch out for in 2023 including domestic sentiments and regional and international interests.
In this hybrid seminar, Dr Max Lane shared his perspectives on polarisation within Indonesian politics and discussed its potential effects on the upcoming 2024 elections.