In this seminar, Jahabar Sadiq goes through the saga and the scenarios that could develop for the next 12 months.
This seminar discussed the forthcoming eleventh Sarawak state election to be held on 7 May 2016.
Dr Nicholas Farrelly’s seminar focused on the city of Naypyidaw and how its evolving role has both supported and accommodated Myanmar’s trajectory and politics of reform.
The Vietnam Forum 2016 covered a wide range of issues, from the development of Vietnam’s private sector and state-owned enterprise reforms, its rural and urban transformations, challenges facing the country’s political system, to Vietnam’s relations with major powers and its international economic integration.
ISEAS – Yusof Ishak Institute hosted an exclusive preview of a major new report, “Indonesian Students in Egypt and Turkey”, co-authored by Sidney Jones, Navhat Nuraniyah and Anthony Bubalo.
Professor Donald Weatherbee delivered a seminar – “Making Sense of Indonesian Foreign Policy Under Jokowi” at ISEAS – Yusof Ishak Institute.
This lecture examined the iconography of the lion in Javanese Islamic funerary art from the 15th to 17th century as little is known about the early Islamic period in Java. This is due to the scarcity of textual and material sources from the early Islamic phase in Javanese history.
This conference brought together prominent economists working on various aspects of the Malaysian economy with the goal of examining and assessing the extent to which the government’s current economic policies are able to address the challenges of achieving a developed country status by the year 2020.
This workshop is an open forum sharing experiences of practitioners, policy makers and researchers from Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, Singapore and Thailand. The speakers showcase current – many as yet unpublished internationally-projects that give voice to local priorities.