by Joseph Franco, Research fellow, Centre of Excellence for National Security, S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS), Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. Note n°9/16, Southeast Asia Observatory, cycle 2018-2019, June 2018 States bordering the Sulu Sea have found a new…
Southeast Asia Observatory.
Asia Centre started in early 2017 its third three-year cycle of the Observatory for Southeast Asia. It is now time to dive into Southeast Asia’s challenges, whether related to domestic or foreign policies on the one hand, or traditional or non-traditional security issues on the other hand. To this end, the Observatory for Southeast Asia relies on a network of young local researchers, who work as closely as possible to the field ; its director Eric Frécon is for instance based in Singapore. Lastly, in addition to the notes and roundtables, the Observatory for Southeast Asia releases every other month a Newsletter aiming at summarising the news and current affairs, to present the latest publications and to introduce the latest leading personalities.
Sommaire Images d’actualité Letter from… Manila (Philippines) Chronology Publications Twitter review Personnalités Heng Swee Keat (Singapour) Catherine V. Harry (Cambodge) Agenda 3 Questions to… Leon Oei, Centre for Humanitarian Dialogue 11 Lettre D’information Nov2018
Along with the recent democratization, the ongoing peace process has transformed the Counter Insurgency (COIN) strategy and tactics of the Myanmar military (Tatmadaw). Political reforms after 2010 created the new dynamic of civil-military relation, shifting paradigm in the COIN activities….
Contents Dessin d’actualité Lettre de … Surabaya (Indonésie) Timeline Publications Twitter Review Personnalités Dang Dinh Quy (Vietnam) Ma’ruf Amin (Indonésie) Teo Chee Hean (Singapour) Agenda 3 questions to… Ristian Atriandi Supriyanto 10 Lettre D’information Sept2018
Contents Lettre de … Jakarta Timeline Publications Twitter Review Personnalités Wa Lone et Kyaw Soe Oo (Birmanie) Pothitey Sawathey (Cambodge) Dian Triansyah Djani (Indonésie) Agenda 3 Questions à Louise Perrodin 9 Lettre D’information Juillet2018
Memo to the roundtable on 22nd May, 2018, Southeast Asia Observatory With Benjamin Ang, Senior Fellow, S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, chaired by Jean-François Di Meglio, President, Asia Centre Memo by Tom Eisenchteter Introduction :…
Contents Timeline Publications Twitter Review Personnalités Wiranto (Indonésie) Wan Azizah Wan Ismail (Malaisie) Kachin Independence Army – KIA (Birmanie) Agenda 3 questions to Keane Shum, UNHCR Asia and Pacific 8 Lettre D’information Mai2018
Introductory note to the roundtable on 22nd May, 2018, Southeast Asia Observatory by Dr Michael Raska, Assistant Professor in the Military Transformations Programme at the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore and Benjamin Ang, Senior Fellow…
Contents Letter from … Kuala Lumpur Chronologie Publications Twitter Review Personnalités Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit (Thaïlande) Jolovan Wham (Singapour) Nazri Aziz (Malaisie) Agenda 3 questions to… Tony Long 7 Lettre D’information Mars2018
Memo – From Arbitration to Diplomacy: Duterte’s Approach to the South China Sea Issue – Dr. Aries Arugay
Memo to the roundtable on March, 15, 2018, Observatory of Southeast Asia By Dr. Aries A. Arugay, Associate Professor, University of the Philippines-Diliman, chaired by CF Marianne Péron-Doise, IRSEM / Associate Fellow, Asia Centre. Introduction Performative populism and Duterte’s approach…
- [EN] Newsletter #29 – January 2019
- Transnational Security in the Sulu Sea: Something New or Something Old? – Joseph Franco
- #11 – Southeast Asia Observatory : Newsletter – Nov. 2018
- The Strategy and Tactics of Myanmar COIN Strategy since 2010
- Asia Trends #4 – Autumn 2018 – Trade Dynamics and Tensions in Asia