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    • Arroyo and the Philippines' "unfinished revolution" 

      Caballero-Anthony, Mely (2005)
    • ASEAN’s haze shroud : grave threat to human security 

      Caballero-Anthony, Mely; Goh, Tian (2015)
      Transboundary haze pollution is posing significant multiple risks to the well-being and security of people in ASEAN. Beyond looking at it as an environmental issue, it is a severe threat to human security that requires ...
    • Aung San Suu Kyi's Verdict: Implications for ASEAN 

      Cook, Alistair David Blair; Caballero-Anthony, Mely (2009)
      The guilty verdict by a Myanmar court on Aung San Suu Kyi for breaking the terms of her house arrest is a serious blow to the standing of ASEAN both locally and internationally. It comes less than a month after ASEAN ...
    • Centre for Non-Traditional Security Studies Year in Review 2010 

      Cook, Alistair David Blair; Caballero-Anthony, Mely; Durodie, Bill; Ewing, J. Jackson; Gong, Lina; Hangzo, Pau Khan Khup; Sofiah Jamil; Kaur, Manpavan Joth; Kuntjoro, Irene A.; Li, Hongyan; Maeztri, Devin; Ong, Suan Ee (2010)
      Throughout 2010, there were several notable developments which had an impact on non-traditional security (NTS) concerns. These developments informed cooperation between states and societies across the Asia-Pacific at the ...
    • El Nino: coping with the new normal 

      Caballero-Anthony, Mely; Lassa, Jonatan A. (2016)
      Millions of people are at risk of hunger, starvation and diseases as a result of the onset of the unusually strong El-Nino since 2015 till now. But efforts in disaster risk preparedness and climate change adaptation have ...
    • Floods and regional disaster prepardness : too little, too late? 

      Caballero-Anthony, Mely; Sofiah Jamil (2011)
      As the floods in Thailand and Cambodia continue, the state of regional cooperation is proving critical in addressing the difficulties faced by affected countries. Disaster preparedness is increasingly vital.
    • Food Prices: A Double-edged Sword 

      Montesclaros, Jose Ma Luis Pangalangan; Caballero-Anthony, Mely (2016)
      The recent phenomenon of food prices declining over the past five years is like a double-edged sword to food consumers globally.
    • Food Safety in ASEAN : Pitfalls of Complacency 

      Montesclaros, Jose Ma. Luis P.; Caballero-Anthony, Mely; Schlundt, Joergen (2018)
      ASEAN food safety regulators may think it conservative to stick to testing for hazards in food, neglecting the need to base control in the notion of risk. This mindset however has a number of pitfalls, which can end up ...
    • Forced migration: some sobering realities 

      Caballero-Anthony, Mely (2016)
      There is an unprecedented global phenomenon of people uprooted and displaced due to conflicts and disasters. The need to contain and reverse this trend is dire. The immensity of the problem requires no less than a global ...
    • The Future of Rice Security Under Climate Change 

      Teng, Paul Piang Siong; Caballero-Anthony, Mely; Lassa, Jonatan Anderias (2016)
      Food systems are climate and weather dependent; heat stress and changes in rainfall patterns and relative humidity are likely to regulate crop yields. Elevated carbon dioxide (CO2) are likely to directly and indirectly ...
    • ICC's verdict on Darfur : whose responsibility? 

      Caballero-Anthony, Mely; Chng, Belinda; Chia, Roderick (2009)
      The International Criminal Court's unprecedented ruling to arrest the Sudanese president for crimes against humanity is a step further in advancing the doctrine of the Responsibility to Protect (R2P). However, in the ...
    • Managing Food Fights from Food Rights in ASEAN 

      Caballero-Anthony, Mely; Jamil, Sofiah; Kuntjoro, Irene (2008)
      The unfolding global food crisis and its devastating consequences on human security require no less than a global, multilateral response. The short-term policies adopted by governments to address food shortages are not ...
    • Missing Iridium : Enhancing Regional Nuclear Security 

      Caballero-Anthony, Mely; Trajano, Julius Cesar (2018)
      The recent case of a missing radioactive device in Malaysia highlights the significance of nuclear security in Southeast Asia. Enhancing nuclear security cooperation is needed to address Southeast Asia’s nuclear security ...
    • Nepal earthquake : enhancing international humanitarian cooperation 

      Caballero-Anthony, Mely; Cook, Alistair David Blair; Trajano, Julius Cesar (2015)
      The powerful 7.8 magnitude earthquake that hit Nepal on 25 April 2015 is the worst since 1934 and is once again a painful reminder of how vulnerable communities are to the destructive force of nature.
    • Philippines’ Next President: Implications for ASEAN 

      Caballero-Anthony, Mely (2016)
      As Filipinos elect their new president in one of most hotly contested elections in 30 years, the prospects of a maverick becoming their leader raises questions about the return of strong-man rule and its implications for ...
    • Re-emerging infectious diseases : is ASEAN prepared? 

      Caballero-Anthony, Mely; Amul, Gianna Gayle (2013)
      The recent H7N9 outbreak in China combined with the new SARS-related coronavirus in the Middle East has raised the urgency for ASEAN to prepare for a possible pandemic.
    • Responding to Non-Traditional security challenges in Asia 

      Caballero-Anthony, Mely (2009)
      Emerging security challenges in Asia are compelling the international community to take a hard look at their causes and implications on state and human security. Given the growing complexity of these challenges, responding ...