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Johor Economic Update

With some 3.7 million people, a large and diversified economy, well-developed infrastructure, and occupying a strategic location, Johor is a key state in Malaysia. Its proximity, deep production linkages, and extensive labour-power mean that it is also of importance to Singapore.
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"Developments in the Scholarship on Southeast Asia" by Professor Leonard Y. Andaya

ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute kicked off its 50th anniversary celebrations with a Public Lecture by Prof Leonard Y Andaya entitled “Developments in the Scholarship on Southeast Asia”.
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Seminar on "Oil, LNG, and Fracking Defines a New Power Game: US Main Exporter, China and India Main Importers, New Alliances in the Middle East"

On 6 February 2018, Mr Joergen Oerstroem Moeller, Visiting Senior Fellow at ISEAS; Adjunct Professor at the Singapore Management University & Copenhagen Business School and the 13th Honorary Alumni of University of Copenhagen; and Senior Fellow at the MFA Diplomatic Academy, delivered a presentation on "Oil, LNG, and Fracking Defines…
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Lecture on "Classical Javanese Figurative Sculpture: Examining ornament and style"

Dr Lesley S Pullen, Post-Doctoral Research Associate in Art History at SOAS University of London, delivered the year’s first NSC lecture at ISEAS titled, “Classical Javanese Figurative Sculpture: Examining ornament and style”. NALANDA-SRIWIJAYA CENTRE LECTURE SERIES Classical Javanese Figurative Sculpture: Examining ornament and style Tuesday, 30 January 2018 – Dr…
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