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Cross-Domain Coercion: Contours of East Asia's Future Conflicts
Great powers in East Asia are combining both military and non-military methods of deterrence and compellence in new ways to achieve their political and strategic objectives. What are the implications for regional countries, ...
Singapore-Malaysia Ties : What Lies Ahead in the Post-KTM Era?
One of the most productive bilateral retreats between Singapore and Malaysia since the series began took place this week at the Istana in Singapore. How will the agreements be affected by the upcoming Malaysian general election?
Emergence of Wasatiyyah Islam : Promoting ‘Middle Way’ Islam and Socio-Economic Equality in Indonesia
The spread of extremism and widening socio-economic inequality have led to a serious complication in Indonesian society. Wasatiyyah Islam, a comprehensive concept of ‘Middle Way’ Islam, must be reaffirmed to solve the ...
Returning IS Fighters : Lesson From JI’s Hijrah
As IS’ enclaves and boltholes shrink in Iraq and Syria, foreign fighters are fleeing back to their countries of origin or other states. Examining the practice of ‘hijrah’ (emigration) by Jemaah Islamiyah (JI) in the past ...
Indonesian Presidential Election 2019 – The Coming Divisive Contest : Jokowi vs. Prabowo
Indonesian politicians are preparing for the 2019 presidential and legislative elections. A high barrier to entry has shaped the coming presidential election into a two-horse race. As the two separate elections will be ...
After Marawi : Time For Broader ASEAN Approach?
Winning the War after the Battle for Marawi requires greater cooperation among ASEAN states. The continuing challenge posed by violent extremism must be met by a wider “community of practice”.
Indonesian Presidential Election 2019 - Islam and Indonesia’s Presidency Race: A Defining Role?
With Indonesia’s presidential election only one year away, there is a consensus among observers that Islam will play a more important role in this upcoming election. Both President Joko Widodo and his potential opponents ...
GE14 & Its Aftermath - Enter Malaysia’s New Political Order
Days after the political earthquake of a general election on 9 May, Anwar Ibrahim declared Malaysia “on the verge of a new golden era”. Will it be a mere change of government or a political transition to a new order?
Russian-American Relations: What Impact on ASEAN?
The current tension in Russo-American ties is likely to persist in the next few years. Would it have an impact on ASEAN?
The 2019 Indonesian Presidential Election – The Jockeying Gathers Pace : Fluidity Of Candidates and Parties
As the 2019 Indonesian Presidential Election – set for 17 April 2019 – is only nine months away, potential aspirants are currently involved in horse-trading with political parties that are likely to back them.