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Trends in Southeast Asia is a monograph series published by the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS).


 

Trends in Southeast Asia 2017

#01: Johor Remains the Bastion of Kaum Tua
#02: Investigating the Popularity of Surabaya’s Mayor Tri Rismaharini
#03: Johor’s Forest City Faces Critical Challenges
#04: The Emergence of Pork-Barrel Politics in Parliamentary Myanmar


Trends in Southeast Asia 2016

#01: Making Sense of the Election Results in Myanmar’s Rakhine and Shan States
#02: Middle Eastern Influences on Islamist Organizations in Malaysia: The Cases of
       ISMA, IRF and HTM
#03: Can Myanmar’s NLD Government Undo the Gordian Knot of Federalism and
       Ethnicity?
#04: Myanmar’s Foreign Policy under President U Thein Sein: Non-aligned and Diversified
#05: The State of Local Politics in Indonesia: Survey Evidence from Three Cities
#06: China’s One Belt One Road: An Overview of the Debate
#07: Thailand’s Hyper-royalism: Its Past Success and Present Predicament
#08: Rural Thailand: Change and Continuit
#09: The Extensive Salafization of Malaysian Islam
#10: Bipolarity and the Future of the Security Order in East Asia
#11: The Red Shirts and Their Democratic Struggle in Northern Thailand, April 2010 to
       May 2015
#12: Understanding Jokowi's Foreign Policy
#13: Is a New Entrepreneurial Generation Emerging in Indonesia?
#14: Learning Diplomacy: Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Vietnam Diplomats in ASEAN
#15: The Geopolitics of Xi Jinping’s Chinese Dream: Problems and Prospects
#16: The Johor Sultanate: Rise or Re-emergence?
#17: New Context of Vietnam’s National Security Challenges


Trends in Southeast Asia 2015

#01: China's Quest for Energy in Southeast Asia: Impact and Implications.
#02: The Armed Forces in Myanmar Politics: A Terminating Role?
#03: China's New Maritime Silk Road: Implications and Opportunities for Southeast Asia.
#04: Explaining China's 2+7 Initiative Towards ASEAN.
#05: Islamization Policy and Islamic Bureaucracy in Malaysia.
#06: Vietnam's Alliance Politics in the South China Sea
#07: Chinese Engagement in Laos: Past, Present, and Uncertain Future
#08: Strategic Possibilities and Limitations for Abe's Japan in Southeast Asia
#09: Managing Migration in Myanmar and Thailand: Economic Reforms, Policies,
       Practices and Challenges
#10: The Politics of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB)
#11: Democracy Thwarted: The Crisis of Political Authority in Thailand
#12: Yunnanese Chinese in Myanmar: Past and Present
#13: Crown Property Bureau in Thailand and Its Role in Political Economy
#14: Indonesia-China Energy and Mineral Ties Broaden
#15: Establishing Contemporary Chinese Life in Myanmar
#16: Chinese Investment and Myanmar's Shifting Political Landscape
#17: Retired Military Officers In Myanmar's Parliament: An Emerging Legislative Force?
#18: The Foreign Press’ Changing Perceptions Of Thailand's Monarchy
#19: Hizbut Tahrir Indonesia in 2014: The Political Economy of Discontent
#20: Thailand’s Post-Coup Relations with China and America: More Beijing, Less
        Washington
#21: The Politics of the United States-China-Vietnam Triangle in the 21st Century


Trends in Southeast Asia 2014

#01: China's Economic Engagement With Southeast Asia: Malaysia.
#02: The Political Economy of RCEP & TPP Agreements: An ASEAN
        Perspective.
#03: New Chinese Migration and Capital in Cambodia.
#04: Reforms will Determine Degree of Vietnam's Dependence on
       China.
#05: Vietnam: Straddling Southeast Asia's Divide.
#06: The South China Sea and China-ASEAN Relations.
#07: China's Economic Engagement With Southeast Asia: Singapore.
#08: Johor Survey: Attitudes Towards Governance and Economy,
       Iskandar Malaysia, and Singapore.
#09: Establishing Infrastructure Projects: Priorities for Myanmar's
       Industrial Development - Part I: The Role of the Private Sector.
#10: Establishing Infrastructure Projects: Priorities for Myanmar's
       Industrial Development - Part II: The Role of the State.


Trends in Southeast Asia 2013

#01: China's Economic Engagement with Southeast Asia: Thailand.
#02: Political Islam and Islamist Politics in Malaysia.
#03: China's Economic Engagement with Southeast Asia: Indonesia.
#04: More Change Awaits Vietnam's Political Economy.






Michael Richardson, Asia's Middle East Oil Dependence: Chokepoints on a Vital Maritime Supply Line, March 2007


Michael Richardson, Maritime-related Terrorism: Al-Qaeda, Hezbollah, What Next From the International Jihadist Network? November 2006


Sheng Lijun, The U.S. Factor in China's ASEAN Policy, June 2006


ISEAS Energy Forum - Global Energy Security: Competition or Cooperation? June 2006


Seminar on Regional Integration in Europe and Southeast Asia, June 2006


Sheng Lijun, China's Influence in Southeast Asia, April 2006


Michael Richardson, The Proliferation Security Initiative (PSI): An Assessment of its Strengths & Weaknesses, With Some Proposals for Shaping its Future, March 2006


APEC Seminar 2005: Focus and Challenges Ahead, February 2006


Symposium on Trade Issues in Southeast Asia and East Asia, January 2006



Roundtable on Singapore-Malaysia Relations: Mending Fences and Making Good Neighbours, 2005


Guo Xinning, Anti-Terrorism, Maritime Security, and ASEAN-China Cooperation: A Chinese Perspective, 2005


Jiang Shuxian and Sheng Lijun, The Communist Party of China and Political Parties in Southeast Asia, 2005


Verghese Mathews, Cambodia - Wasted Time and Lost Opportunities, 2005


Michael Richardson, Bird Flu and Bio-Security: Is the World A Dead Duck? 2005 (ISEAS Briefing Paper on the Threat of an Influenza Pandemic)


The ISEAS Forum on Water Issues in Southeast Asia, 2005


Conferencing on Strengthening the Korea-ASEAN Relationship, 2005 (Report written by Chang Chiou Yi and Ng Boon Yian).


Ooi Kee Beng, Ghosts of Compromises Past-Malaysia and the Limits of Change, 2005


Sree Kumar and Sharon Siddique, Research Note: Repositioning Perak - A Case Study, 2005


Thitinan Pongsudhirak, Thai Politics After the 6 February 2005 General Election, 2005


Sri Adiningsih, Indonesia's Macroeconomy and the Tsunami Disaster, 2005


Kurt M Campbell, Robyn Lim, Wang Jisi and K Shankar Bajpai, Regional Outlook Forum 2005: GeostrategicTrends in Asia, 2005


Bruce Hoffman, Rohan K Gunaratna and Sidney Jones, Regional Outlook Forum 2005: Terrorism - International and Regional Dimensions, 2005


Khairy Jamaluddin, Robert H Taylor and Carlyle A Thayer, Regional Outlook Forum 2005: Political Outlook for Malaysia, Myanmar and Vietnam, 2005


Gareth Evans, Regional Outlook Forum 2005, Keynote Address, Global and Regional Security: Our Shared Responsibility, 2005


Seok-young Choi, Regionalism and Open Regionalism in the APEC Region, 2004


Haji Maarof bin Haji Salleh and Noorashikin Abdul Rahman, Malaysia's 2004 General Elections: An Assessment, 2004.


Toshio Watanabe, K. Kesavapany and J. Soedradjad Djiwandono, Future Development of the East Asia Region: ASEAN-Japan Dialogue, 2004


WTO Issues


Barry Desker, The WTO After Cancun: The Challenge to Multilateralism, 2004


Margaret Liang, The Real Politik of Multilateral Trade Negotiations: From Uruguay to Cancun, 2004


Barry Desker and Margaret Liang, Trade Facilitation: The Road Ahead, 2003


TRENDS IN SOUTHEAST ASIA (Back Issues)


Daljit Singh, Iraq War and Asia-Pacific Security, 2004


Rodolfo C. Severino, Towards and ASEAN Security Community, 2004


Rizal Mallarangeng, Khoo Boo Teik, Ho Khai Leong, Kavi Chongkittavorn, Robert H. Taylor and Tim Huxley, Political and Security Outlook 2004: Political Change in Southeast Asia, 2004


Chan Heng Chee, U.S. Policy in Asia, 2004


Hadi Soesastro and Jomo Kwame Sundaram, The Outlook for Indonesian and Malaysian Economics 2004


Harry Harding, Yan Xuetong and G. Parthasarathy, Political and Security Outlook 2004: Asian Geostrategic Trends, 2004


Michael Richardson and P. Mukundan, Political and Security Outlook 2004: Maritime Terrorism and Piracy, 2004


Rohan K. Gunaratna and Sidney Jones, Political and Security Outlook: The Threat of Terrorism in 2004 - What to Expect? 2004


Piamsak Milintachinda, Mario Artaza and David Parsons, APEC 2003 Outcomes and Outlook for 2004 - What it Means for the Region, 2004


Chandra Muzaffar, Malaysian Politics: The Emerging Scenario Under Abdullah Badawi, 2003


Cassey Lee, Implementing Competition Policy in Malaysia, 2003


T. J. Pempel, The Changing Character of Japan's Economic Linkages with Southeast Asia, 2003


Surin Pitsuwan, Zainah Anwar, Hussin Mutalib, Bernard T. Adeney-Risakotta, Perspectives on Doctrinal and Strategic Implications of Global Islam, PART II, Southeast Asia Post-September 11: The Challenge of Political Islam, 2003


Yaacob Ibrahim, Peter Riddell, Shad Saleem Faruqi and Sharon Siddique, Perspectives on Doctrinal and Strategic Implications of Global Islam, PART I, Global Islam: Doctrinal and Strategic Implications, 2003


Michael Vatikiotis and Chin Kin Wah, The Geopolitical Situation in East and Southeast Asia, 2003


Dewi Fortuna Anwar and Harold Crouch, Indonesia: Foreign Policy and Domestic Politics, 2003


Rehman Rashid and James Wong Wing-On, Malaysia in Transition: The Battle for the Malay Mind, 2003


Mohd Shafie Apdal and Carlyle A. Thayer, Security, Political Terrorism and Militant Islam in Southeast Asia, 2003


Kyaw Yin Hlaing and David Koh, Political Developments in Myanmar and Vietnam, 2003


Tommy Koh, Kristin Paulson, Jose Tongzon and Vikram Khanna, US-Singapore FTA: Implications and Prospects, 2003


Zainah Anwar and Ulil Abshar-Abdalla, Political and Security Outlook 2003: Islam - The Challenge from Extremist Interpretations, 2003


Rohan K. Gunaratna, Political and Security Outlook 2003: Terrorism in Southeast Asia, What to Expect, 2003


Hadi Soesastro, Mahani Zainal Abidin, Somchai Jitsuchon, Regional Economic Outlook 2003: Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand, 2003


Richard H. Solomon and Yang Jiemian, Political and Security Outlook 2003: Asian Geostrategic Trends, 2003


Daljit Singh, The Post-September 11 Geostrategic Landscape and Southeast Asian Response to the Threat of Terrorism, 2002


Farish A. Noor, PAS post-Fadzil Noor: Future Directions and Prospects, 2002


Harold Crouch, The Key Determinants of Indonesia's Political Future, 2002


Anthony L. Smith, Recent Developments in Southeast Asia, 2002


Hadar N. Gumay, Shamsul A.B., Temario C. Rivera, Kullada Kesboonchoo Mead, Assessing Democratic Evolution in Southeast Asia, 2002


Zainal Aznam Yusof and Chalongphob Sussangkarn, Regional Economic Outlook 2002: Malaysia and Thailand, 2002


Supachai Panitchpakdi, Wang Gungwu, Paul M. Evans, Ernesto M. Pernia, Outlook for China and the Region, 2002


Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono and Hadi Soesastro, Outlook for Indonesia, 2002


Harold Crouch, Ahmad Fauzi Abdul Hamid, Carmen A. Abubakar and Yang Razali Kassim, Islam in Southeast Asia: Analyzing Recent Developments, 2002


Anthony L. Smith, What the Recent Terror Attacks Mean for Indonesia, 2001


Derek da Cunha, Tan See Seng, K S Nathan, Farish A Noor, Regional Political and Security Implications of the Terror Attacks in the United States, 2001


K. S. Nathan, Economic Slowdown and Domestic Politics: Malaysia Boleh? 2001.


Thaksin Shinawatra, Rethinking Recovery, 2001


Surin Pitsuwan, Future Directions for ASEAN, 2001


Tan Sri Musa Hitam, Islam and State in Malaysia, 2001


Sheng Lijun, A New U.S. Asia Policy?: Air Collision, Arms Sales and China-U.S. Relations, 2001


Djoko Hartono and David Ehrmann, The Indonesian Economic Crisis and Impact on Educational Enrolment and Quality, 2001


Ade Komarudin, Ali Masykur Musa, Alvin Lie, Irwan Prayitno and
Pramono Anung, Trends in Indonesia: Visions for Indonesia's Future, 2001


M. R. Sukhumbhand Paribatra and Kitti Limskul, Thailand After The Election: Politics and Economics, 2001


Hadi Soesastro, Mahani Zainal Abidin and Chalongphob Sussangkarn, The Regional Economic Outlook in 2001: Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand, 2001


Abdul Aziz and Michael Leifer, Political and Governance Challenges in Southeast Asia: Outlook 2001


Ali Alatas, "ASEAN Plus Three" Equals Peace Plus Prosperity, 2001


Jose Ramos-Horta, East Timor and the Region, 2001


Mochtar Buchori and Cornelis Lay, Assessing Current Political Developments in Indonesia, 2000


Mohammad Sadli, Restoring Investor Confidence in Indonesia, 2000


Sheng Lijun, Taiwan's New President and Cross-Strait Relations, 2000


Tin Maung Maung Than, Myanmar: The Dilemma of Stalled Reforms, 2000


John Funston, Election Fervour: Political Contest in Thailand and Malaysia, 2000


Mohamed Ariff and Azidin Wan Abdul Kadir, The Near-Term Outlook for the Malaysian Economy, 2000


Ahn Choong Yong, Korea's Economic Outlook in 2000: Recovery and Future Restructuring, 2000


C.P.F. Luhulima, Scope of ASEAN's Security Framework for the 21st Century, 2000


John Funston, ASEAN and the Principle of Non-Intervention - Practice and Prospects, 2000


Chalongphob Sussangkarn, Thailand: Toward a Sustainable Recovery, 2000


Agus Widjojo and Bambang Harymurti, Understanding Political Change and the role of the military in Post Suharto Indonesia, 2000


Michael Leifer, The Political and Security Outlook for Southeast Asia, 2000


Zakaria Haji Ahmad, Khoo Kay Kim, K S Nathan, Hari Singh, Meredith Weiss and John Funston, Trends in Malaysia: Election Assessment, 2000


Sheng Lijun, How China is Going to Respond to Lee Teng-Hui's "Two States" Theory, 1999


Mahani Zainal Abidin and Zakaria Haji Ahmad, The Financial Crisis in Malaysia: The Economic and Political Consequences, 1999


David K. Linnan, Indonesian Bankruptcy Policy & Reform: Reconciling Efficiency and Economic Nationalism, 1999


John Funston, Malaysia/Thailand, A Mid-Year Review: Contrasting Political Trajectories, 1999


James Cotton, Peacekeeping in East Timor: an Australian perspective, 2001


Leo Suryadinata, The Ethnic Chinese Issue and National Integration Indonesia, 2001


Marzuki Darusman, SH, Indonesia in Transition, 1999

 
 
 
 

Source: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore