The Philippine Studies Project is a multi-year initiative under the Regional Political and Studies Programme (RSPS) to enhance ISEAS research on the Philippines. Running from June 2019 to September 2023, the Project receives funding support from the Philippine Government through the Department of Foreign Affairs and the Embassy of the Republic of the Philippines in Singapore.
The Philippine Studies Project aims to support the research capabilities and coverage of Philippine studies at ISEAS through publications and events. It also offers opportunities for both established and young scholars and experts from the Philippines to share their views and perspectives on multifaceted developments in the country.
The current Manager of the Philippine Studies Project is Dr Aries Arugay. Dr Malcolm Cook managed the project until June 2021.
|Moving Muslim Mindanao Forward||Amihilda “Ämie” Sangcopan||13 February 2020|
|Building Back Better: Philippines’ Pandemic Recovery||Ronald U. Mendoza||30 June 2020|
|Philippines and the Climate Crisis||Loren Legarda||12 July 2021|
|The Philippines-US Alliance after Duterte: Strategic Agenda and Directions||Charmaine Willoughby|
Julio S. Amador III
Gregory B. Poling
|25 March 2022|
|Polarised and Mobilised? Examining 2022 Electoral Campaigns in the Philippines||Jean Encinas-Franco|
|20 April 2022|
|Unpacking Pro-Russian Narratives in Southeast Asia||Munira Mustaffa|
Hoang Thi Ha
|22 April 2022|
|The New ‘New Society’? Analysing the 2022 Philippine Elections||Ronald Holmes|
Maria Ela Atienza
|27 May 2022|
|Torn Between Two Powers: The Philippines in the US-China Rivalry||Aries A. Arugay||28 November 2022|
|The Philippine Economy amid Disruptive Transitions||Jan Carlo Punongbayan|
Zy-za Nadine Suzara
|15 March 2023|
|ASEAN Centrality: An Autoethnographic Account by a Philippine Diplomat||Elizabeth Buensuceso||2021|