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Seminar on Japan’s Soft Power and ASEAN-Japan Relations

Japan’s efforts at projecting its “soft power” in Southeast Asia has reaped rewards in economic terms as well as in sowing goodwill between Japan and ASEAN, but more can be done to ensure accessibility of Japanese content to Southeast Asian audiences. This was the overarching message from the seminar on…
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Seminar on ASEAN and Southeast Asia's Relations with China: Moving with the Times

The seminar on “ASEAN and Southeast Asia’s Relations with China : Moving with the Times” was held on 17 November 2017 at ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute.
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Seminar on Is UMNO in trouble in Johor?

Many are predicting that the period between February to May 2018 is the most likely time. As political parties prepare for GE14, the dynamics among Malaysia’s Malay political parties are becoming more heated, especially with the recent birth of two new contenders.
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Seminar on Looking at Political Parties through Law: Lessons for Southeast Asia from Northeast Asia?

Dr Erik Mobrand, a visiting scholar at the Centre for Asian Legal Studies at the National University of Singapore and an associate professor at Seoul National University, presented a seminar entitled Looking at Political Parties through Law: Lessons for Southeast Asia from Northeast Asia?
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