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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...

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03 Oct Prioritising the Rights of Migrant Workers: What Can ASEAN Do?

Slowing growth, rising unemployment, and increased inequality have fuelled a rise in populist anti-globalisation sentiment, especially in Western countries – as demonstrated by Brexit and last year’s US Presidential Election. As ASEAN celebrates its golden jubilee, more attention needs to be paid to the people...

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31 Jul CLMV countries must go beyond regional integration

Dubbed South-east Asia’s last frontier market, Myanmar has been one of ASEAN’s most high-profile destinations for investors since the country’s opening. There are concerns about the pace of reform in Myanmar, but according to preliminary results from a survey conducted by the Singapore Institute of...

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18 May Asia’s Economic Choices in the New Global Order

What are the prospects for economic growth in Asia? Even as major powers try to cooperate, there is a sense of competition — among the United States, China and also Japan. In collaboration with NHK World, the international service of Japanese broadcaster NHK, we held...

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24 Jun Connectography: Mapping the Future of Global Civilization

“Where does the word connectography come from? It is the intersection of connectivity and geography,” said Dr. Parag Khanna, Senior Research Fellow, Singapore Institute of International Affairs, explaining the title of his latest book, Connectography: Mapping the Future of Global Civilization. Dr. Khanna spoke at the...

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