November 2019
M T W T F S S
« Oct    
 123
45678910
11121314151617
18192021222324
252627282930  
Tags
AIIB ASEAN ASEAN (R) ASEAN-ISIS Asia Beijing Big Tech CH: Hong Kong Country (R): Indonesia Country (R): Malaysia Country (R): Myanmar Country (R): Singapore Country: ASEAN Country: Australia Country: Cambodia Country: China Country: Germany Country: India Country: Indonesia Country: Japan Country: Laos Country: Malaysia Country: Myanmar Country: North Korea Country: Philippines Country: Qatar Country: Russia Country: Singapore Country: South Korea Country: Taiwan Country: Thailand Country: UK Country: United States Country: US Country: USA Country: Vietnam DE: 5G DE: Data privacy DE: Data security DE: e-Payments DE: Facebook Elections: Indonesia 2019 Elections: Thailand 2019 ESG: Climate Change ESG: Diversity ESG: Energy ESG: Green Finance ESG: Green Growth ESG: Haze ESG: Human Rights ESG: Peatland ESG: Riau ESG: RSPO ESG: Smallholders ESG: Sustainability ESG: Sustainable/Green Infrastructure ESG: Water ESG: Workers Rights European Union Event: SDSWR Events: AAF Fukushima G20 Global Citizens Singapore Google Indonesia: Jokowi Institute: ERIA Institute: SIIA JP: Abenomics Leaders: Kim Jong Un Leaders: Lee Hsien Loong Megatrends: Digitisation Megatrends: New Media Megatrends: Populism MM: Aung San Suu Kyi MM: NLD MM: Rakhine State MY: GE14 MY: Mahathir Mohamad MY: Najib Razak Nicholas Fang Oh Ei Sun Region: Africa Region: Latin America Region: Middle East Reports Security: South China Sea Security: Terrorism SG: Lee Kuan Yew SG: SG Secure SG: Smart Nation SG: Society Simon Tay TH: Protests Topic (R): Belt and Road Topic (R): Business Topic (R): Digitisation Topic (R): Economy Topic (R): Green Finance Topic (R): Infrastructure Topic (R): Palm Oil Topic (R): Peatland Topic (R): Smallholders Topic (R): Sustainability Topic: Anti-Globalisation Topic: Belt and Road Topic: Business Topic: Development Topic: Digital Economy Topic: Digitisation Topic: E-Commerce Topic: Economics Topic: Economy Topic: Elections Topic: Environment Topic: ESG Topic: Finance Topic: Global Citizens Topic: Globalisation Topic: Human Trafficking Topic: Indo-Pacific Topic: Infrastructure Topic: Investment Topic: Labour Topic: Nuclear Topic: Palm Oil Topic: Race Topic: Regional Integration Topic: Religion Topic: Security Topic: Singapore-Malaysia Relations Topic: Small States Topic: SMEs Topic: Trade Trade: AEC Trade: CPTPP Trade: FTA Trade: FTAAP Trade: Multilateralism Trade: RCEP Trade: TPP Trade: War Trends (Digital): Cybersecurity Trends (Digital): Smart Cities UK: Brexit United States US: Obama US: Trump US: Trump WEF

Author: SIIA

Photo credit: Photo by Magdalena Roeseler is licensed under CC BY 2.0

24 Sep Myanmar 2.0 in the making?

Simon Tay For The Business Times PEOPLE now perceive Myanmar very differently compared to just two years ago. In 2016, there was euphoria after the iconic Aung San Suu Kyi's National League for Democracy swept the elections. Myanmar's economic opening, begun under the previous military-backed government, brought...

Read More
eu-flag

13 Sep The EU and ASEAN in Uncertain Times: Farewell to Multilateralism?

Farewell to Multilateralism? Building a Strong Europe for a Strong World Order By Mr. Andreas Michaelis, State Secretary, Federal Foreign Office, Federal Republic of Germany For SIIA Seminar - "The EU and ASEAN in Uncertain Times: Integration, Tensions, and Trade" Anrede, I am grateful to the Singapore Institute of International Affairs...

Read More

05 Sep Myanmar needs to be more politically and economically transparent

Country continues to offer tremendous investment opportunities and growth For immediate release SIIA-SGX Myanmar Investment Forum Wednesday, 5 September 2018: Myanmar must be more transparent with the international community, said a leading independent think tank at an investment forum at the Singapore Exchange (SGX). Associate Professor Simon Tay, Chairman...

Read More
singapore-sustain-1280

04 Sep Singapore’s Role in ASEAN’s Sustainable Infrastructure

The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) is often lauded as the new growth frontier blessed with a growing young working population and massive economic opportunities. As the regional bloc moves towards economic integration, better infrastructure and connectivity is needed to facilitate greater movement of...

Read More
Cover-page-for-website

30 Aug Summary Report: Making the Belt and Road Work for ASEAN

Date :30 Aug 2018   This summary report surveys recent events and trends that have affected the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), and shows that despite these problems ASEAN still needs help in meeting its infrastructure demand. With better management, the BRI can still proceed in ASEAN...

Read More