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Amalina Anuar is a Research Analyst with the Centre for Multilateralism Studies (CMS) at the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS), Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore. Prior to joining RSIS, she interned in the Foreign Policy and Security Studies Department at the Institute of Strategic and International Studies Malaysia and was a writer for publications such as the Asian Institute of Chartered Bankers’ Banking Insight magazine. Her research interests include digital diplomacy; digital economy industrial policy; international institutions and economic multilateralism; as well as Malaysian political economy and economic foreign policy. Amalina possesses a BA from Monash University and completed her MSc in International Political Economy at RSIS.
Areas of Expertise
- Digital diplomacy and digital economy industrial policy
- International institutions
- Malaysian political economy and economic foreign policy
ASEAN’s Digital Economy: Development, Division, Disruption
18 March, 2019
To Ratify or Not to Ratify? Malaysia’s CPTPP Question
23 January, 2019
Taming Big Brother: G20 Push to Reform SOEs
08 November, 2018
CO18145 | Indo-Pacific Economic Vision: Role of US-ASEAN Digital Diplomacy
06 September, 2018
Bulletins and Newsletters
- Anuar, Amalina. "G20 Push to Reform SOEs" East Asia Forum, November 21, 2018.
- Abdullah, Najwa & Anuar, Amalina. (2018) "What Effect Did Social Media Have on the Malaysian Election Result?" TODAY, May 16, 2018.
- Abdullah, Najwa & Anuar, Amalina. (2018) "Old Politics and New Media: Social Media and Malaysia's 2018 Elections" The Diplomat, May 8, 2018.
Last updated on 24/09/2018