Event Highlights

Webinar on “Vietnam-Thailand Relations: Past, Present, Prospect”


In this webinar, Dr Vo Xuan Vinh reviewed the history of Vietnam-Thailand relations and their recent developments. He also assessed the challenges and prospects for bilateral ties, especially in light of the upcoming elections in Thailand.



Webinar on “Artificial Intelligence: Challenges and Prospects of International Governance, and Implications for Southeast Asia”


In this joint ISEAS and Tech For Good Institute webinar, Professor Simon Chesterman and Ms Shivi Anand delve into the challenges of AI development and governance.



Webinar on ” Vietnam’s Leadership Reshuffle Dynamics, Implications and Prospects”


In this webinar, Ms Linh Nguyen and Dr Nguyen Khac Giang discussed the reasons behind Vietnam’s recent leadership changes and their implications for the country’s domestic and foreign policy. They also provided an initial assessment of potential further developments and the nation’s economic and political prospects in the lead-up to the 14th National Congress of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV), slated for early 2026.



Webinar on “Stuck in the Middle? Southeast Asian Choices in an Increasingly Multipolar World”


In this webinar, Dr Zack Cooper examines the evolution of global competition.



Webinar on “Finance, Energy and Food Intersections in Southeast Asia’s Green Transition”


In this webinar, Dr Prapimphan Chiengkul, Dr Giulia Dal Maso and Dr Siwage Dharma Negara discussed energy transition in Southeast Asia.



Webinar on “Towards a Win-Win Cooperation: ASEAN Centrality and Indonesia’s Role in the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework”


In this webinar, Dr Edi Prio Pambudi discussed Indonesia’s operationalisation of the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework (IPEF) and elaborated on how the region could collaborate to ensure the success of the various initiatives within the IPEF framework. Dr Jayant Menon also shared his critical views on how participating countries could benefit from IPEF.



Conference on “Malaysia’s GE-15: Capturing Hearts, Cobbling Alliances, Crafting Power”


This 2-day hybrid conference organised by ISEAS – Yusof Ishak Institute and supported by the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung examined the impact of the fluidity of allegiances in Malaysia’s political landscape and factors affecting the votes and results of GE-15 with six presentations.



Webinar on “Thailand’s 2023 General Election”


In this webinar, Mr Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit (Leader of the Thai Progressive Movement) and Dr Prajak Kongkirati (Associate Professor, Thammasat University) discussed the different political scenarios that will follow after the 2023 Thailand election.



Hybrid Seminar on “APEC 2023: Creating a Resilient and Sustainable Future for All”


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.