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ASEAN’s Indo-Pacific Dilemma : Where To From Here?
ASEAN has now added to the ongoing Indo-Pacific debate. The question is, where to go from here? Is ASEAN’s Outlook an end in itself or a constructive roadmap for the future of regional cooperation?
ASEAN’s New Economic Player – Vietnam’s Industry 4.0 : Opportunities and Challenges
Vietnam is trying to leap-frog to close the gap with other ASEAN countries by leveraging high-technologies to boost Vietnam economy. Not to be left behind other nations, Vietnam is riding on the Fourth Industrial Revolution ...
Lessons From Sri Lanka : Psychological Bandage in Times of Crisis
In times of crisis, the right kind of support can help to reclaim our emotional footing and increase our psychological resilience as a nation. How can Singaporeans prepare themselves for crisis?
Al Qaeda’s Resurgence in Syria : A New Caliphate?
Even as the so-called Islamic State (IS) embarks on a new phase of global expansion, as evidenced by the recent Easter attacks in Sri Lanka, its jihadist rival Al Qaeda is enjoying a resurgence in the Syrian conflict theatre.
RSIS-WTO Parliamentarian Workshop – US-China Trade War : Emerging Dilemmas
The US-China trade war has been rapidly escalating into an economic and political warfare between the two big powers. The fundamental transformation of US-China relations will reshape the global order and create economic ...
RSIS-WTO Parliamentarian Workshop – Digital Development and Geopolitical Divides
Bridging development and geopolitical divides will be paramount to delivering digital development at the WTO, no matter how intractable these challenges seem.
Tweaking BRI : What Southeast Asia Can Do
As China seeks to improve the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) in response to criticisms, Southeast Asia could tap growth opportunities by leveraging on the strengths of BRI-linked countries such as in finance, partnerships, ...
El-Paso Shootings : Growing Threat of White Supremacists
The 4 August random killings in the US state of Texas is one of several attacks involving far-right terrorists in recent months. Such terrorists, usually white supremacists, are emerging as a transnational terrorist network ...
After Jokowi’s First Term – Indonesia’s Maritime Policy : The Riau Islands & Its Implications
Jokowi’s first five-year tenure has repositioned the Riau Islands Province as a strategic locus in his maritime policy, including the restoration of the shipbuilding industry, fight against maritime threats, and settlement ...
Managing Disasters 4.0 : Need For New Thinking
The UN Global Assessment Report (GAR) is a comprehensive review and analysis of worldwide progress on disaster risk management (DRM). This year’s edition challenges us to move beyond prevailing norms in DRM to consider the ...