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RSIS Fortnightly Summary (Issue 28)
10 Feb 2012

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RSIS in the News

Top Defence and Aerospace Leaders to Gather for High-Level Conferences at Singapore Airshow 2012
Aviation Pros, 6 February 2012

Women in the Legislature: Egypt and RI Experiences
Jakarta Post, 4 February 2012, Fitri Bintang Timur

Port Said Blow Boosts Youth, Soccer Demands for Civilian Rule in Egypt
Middle East Online, 4 February 2012, James M. Dorsey

Egypt Rioting Depressingly Familiar for Soccer
ABC News, 3 February 2012, Graham Dunbar and John Leicester

Egypt's Soccer Tragedy: Prelude to a Military Crackdown?
Time, 2 February 2012, James M. Dorsey

Resignations Deepen Rift among Turkish Islamists and Country’s Soccer Crisis
Playthegame.org, 2 February 2012, James M. Dorsey

Ultra Violence: How Egypt’s Soccer Mobs are Threatening the Revolution
Foreign Policy, 1 February 2012, James M. Dorsey

More Submarines Require More Emergency Response Capacity
The Nation, 1 February 2012, Collin Koh

Qatari Doubts About Alcohol Boosted By Unlikely Allies: World Cup Hosts Brazil and Russia
Huffington Post, 31 January 2012, James M. Dorsey

Singapore to Help Burma Reform Legal & Finance Sectors
Radio Australia, 31 January 2012, Tan See Seng

Naval Modernisation: A Sea Change for Indonesia?
The Nation, 30 January 2012, Ristian Atriandi Supriyanto

Terrorism Outlook in 2012: The Threat Continues
Eurasia Review, 30 January 2012, Rohan Gunaratna


RSIS Publications

Commentaries

No. 023/2012 dated 7 February 2012
The Challenge of Radicalisation: Hizb ut-Tahrir in Bangladesh
Iftekharul Bashar       
The announcement of a foiled coup last month underscored the emergence of the Hizb ut-Tahrir (HT) as a new security challenge in Bangladesh. Despite its aim to overthrow the country’s democratically elected government, HT is attracting support for its IT-enabled ideology due to the country’s confrontational politics and government’s poor economic performance.
http://www.rsis.edu.sg/publications/Perspective/RSIS0232012.pdf

No. 022/2012 dated 7 February 2012
India-Thai Relations: Look East, Look West
Rahul Mishra and Sana Hashmi       
India marked two decades of its Look East Policy by inviting Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra as the chief guest at this Year’s Republic Day celebrations. While India is keen to widen and deepen its strategic footprint in East Asia, Thailand regards India as its gateway to South Asia.
http://www.rsis.edu.sg/publications/Perspective/RSIS0222012.pdf


Forthcoming Events

Date

Time

Event

Venue

Remarks

12 – 13 February 2012

Full day

6th Asia Pacific Security Conference Series

Raffles City Convention Centre

By invitation only

21 February 2012

1000 - 1130

Seminar by Dr C. Raja Mohan, Senior Fellow, Centre for Policy Research, new Delhi; Contributing Editor on foreign affairs for The Indian Express; Member of India’s National Security Advisory Board; Adjunct Professor at RSIS, on “The Evolution of India’s Multilateralism: Beyond Third Worldism and National Exceptionism”

RSIS Lecture Theatre

Registration opening soon

24 February 2012

Full day

RSIS Workshop on the New Indian Military, Phase II

Traders Hotel

By invitation only

24 February 2012

Full day

CENS Workshop on “Visiting the Immigration Issue in Singapore”

Marina Mandarin Hotel

By invitation only

28 – 29 February 2012

Full day

International Conference on Security Environment of the Seas in East Asia – “From the East and South China Seas; Power Shift and Response”

Marina Mandarin Hotel

By invitation only



 

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