Contents Letter from… Yangon Chronologie Twitter Review Publications Personalités Mohamed Salleh Marican (Singapour) Les frères du groupe Maute (Philippines) Anwar Ibrahim (Malaisie) Agenda 3 Questions à … Jean-Paul Pancracio, Professeur agrégé 2 Lettre D’information Juin 2017
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.
Contents Lettre de Bangkok Chronologie Publications Personalités Sam Rainsy et son successeur (Cambodge) Tri Rismaharini (Indonésie) Muhammad Rizieq Shihab (Indonésie) Khairy Jamaluddin (Malaisie) Agenda 3 Questions to … Joseph Franco Newsletter1 OASE Mars 2017
- Australia, France, China approaches to the Indo-pacific
- The Republic of Korea: key actor in North-East Asia
- Memo – China-Pakistan relations: “China Pakistan Economic Corridor” (CPEC) and beyond – Dr. Rifaat Hussain
- Democracy, Indonesian Military and 2019 Elections – Dr. Yohanes Sulaiman
- Memo – Maritime and Environmental Security in the South China sea: a Philippine Perspective – Prof. Jay Batongbacal