Op Eds

“Estrada Redux?”, an Op-ed by Malcolm Cook

 

The article which was first published online by Nikkei Asian Review on May 31, 2016, can be viewed here.

Dr Malcolm Cook is Senior Fellow at ISEAS – Yusof Ishak Institute.

“Umno plays race card ahead of crucial polls,” an Op-Ed by Norshahril Saat

 

The article which was first published online by TODAY on May 30, 2016, can be viewed here.

Dr Norshahril Saat is Fellow at ISEAS – Yusof Ishak Institute

“By-elections reveal new Malay politics,” an Op-Ed by Ooi Kee Beng in The Straits Times

 

The article which was first published online by The Straits Times on May 26, 2016, can be viewed here.

“Avoiding China’s traps”, an Op-Ed by Malcolm Cook

 

The article which was first published online by BusinessWorld on May 23, 2016, can be viewed here.

“Avoiding China’s Traps”, an Op-Ed by Malcolm Cook in BusinessWorld

 

The article which was first published online by BusinessWorld on May 23, 2016, can be viewed here.

“Lifting of arms-sale ban largely a symbolic move”, an Op-ed by Le Hong Hiep in TODAY

 

The article which was first published online by TODAY on May 20, 2016, can be viewed here.

“The Limits to Russia’s Pivot to Asia,” an Op-Ed co-authored by Ian Storey in The Wall Street Journal

 

The article which was first published online by The Wall Street Journal on May 18, 2016, can be viewed here.

Dr Ian Storey, ISEAS Senior Fellow, co-authored the Op-Ed with Mr Anton Tsvetov, who specializes in Southeast Asian affairs at the Russian International Affairs Council in Moscow.

“How long will Myanmar accept its ‘democratic dictatorship’ rule?” an Op-Ed by Moe Thuzar in TODAY

 

The article which was first published online by TODAY on May 17, 2016, can be viewed here.

“Sarawak forces opposition to do some soul-searching. But can it?”, an Op-Ed by Ooi Kee Beng

 

The article which was first published online by The Edge Markets on May 16, 2016, can be viewed here.

“Competition will throw up best investors for Myanmar”, an Op-Ed by Linda Lim

 

Professor Linda Lim shares her views in The Business Times edition of 12 May 2016 on the future of Myanmar’s economy under the new government. 

She is Professor of Strategy at the Stephen M Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan, whose Center for Southeast Asian Studies, is co-organising a Myanmar Forum on May 20, with the ISEAS – Yusof Ishak Institute. 

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