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Margareth Sembiring is Associate Research Fellow with the Centre for Non-Traditional Security (NTS) Studies at the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS), Nanyang Technological University (NTU).
Margareth holds an MA in International Peace and Security from King’s College London (2012). She also has a master’s degree from the Indonesian Defense University, Jakarta (2011), and a BEng in Mechanical Engineering from the National University of Singapore (2004). Her research interests encompass both non-traditional security issues, including energy and internal and cross-border conflict, and traditional security in the Asia-Pacific. Prior to joining the Centre, she served an internship with the Democratic Progress Institute in London where she researched extensively on global conflicts. She also gave a presentation on ‘Indonesia and Asia-Pacific Security’ at Chatham House, London, in 2012 which she subsequently extended into a master’s thesis.
Areas of Expertise
- Energy Security
- Geopolitics of Energy
- Environment, Development, and Transboundary Implications
- Peace, Human Security, and Development
- ASEAN Environmental Cooperation
Resilience in the Face of Disruptions
19 February, 2019
The Sustainability of Nuclear Energy in Southeast Asia: Opportunities and Challenges
17 October, 2014
COP24 and the Silesia Declaration: Impact on Palm Oil
28 December, 2018
1.5°C Too Soon: More Must Be Done
05 November, 2018
CO17149 | Build Back Greener: Climate Change & Humanitarian Response
10 August, 2017
CO17116 | Protecting Our Seas - Climate Change Adaptation: Case of South China Sea
12 June, 2017
CO16307 | The Rise of Trump and Its Global Implications - Trump’s Impending U-turn on Climate Change: Worry for Southeast Asia?
20 December, 2016
CO16211 | Combating Haze: Holding One’s Breath A Year On
19 August, 2016
CO16176 | Climate Change and Renewable Energy: Mitigation or Vulnerability?
13 July, 2016
CO16174 | International Disasters in Asia Pacific: Indonesia’s Civil-Military Responses
12 July, 2016
CO16111 | Climate Change, Disaster Risk Reduction and Gender: The Southeast Asia Experience
13 May, 2016
CO15191 | Here Comes the Haze, Yet Again: Are New Measures Working?
08 September, 2015
CO14237 | Renewable Energy in Southeast Asia: Priorities and Commitments Needed
28 November, 2014
CO14216 | Can ASEAN Develop a Robust Nuclear Energy Regime?
04 November, 2014
CO13227 | Energy Security: Would Vietnam’s Ninh Thuan Nuclearise Southeast Asia?
16 December, 2013
CO13200 | The Mindanao Peace Process: Can Indonesia Advance It?
28 October, 2013
CO13128 | Fuel Price Hike and Indonesia’s Energy Insecurity
11 July, 2013
Consultative Roundtable on the Humanitarian Dimension and Protection Aspects of Trafficking in Persons
01 February, 2015
ASEAN-Canada Forum 2014: Natural Resources Management for Sustainable Growth
22 November, 2014
Workshop on Community Resilience and Human Security: From Complex Humanitarian Emergencies to Sustainable Peace and Development
02 October, 2014
NTS Bulletin (Oct 2013)
10 October, 2013
Global Waste Trade Chaos: Rising Environmentalism or Cost-Benefit Analysis?
01 July, 2019
Simultaneous Disasters in Southeast Asia: Is Risk Outpacing Resilience?
10 October, 2018
The Case for a Dedicated Regional Mechanism for Climate Change:A Comparative Assessment
17 July, 2018
Examining Cooperation for Climate Change Adaptation in Southeast Asia: The Case of Lower Mekong River Basin
23 April, 2018
Marine Environmental Protection in the South China Sea: Challenges and Prospects Part 2
20 February, 2018
Marine Environmental Protection in the South China Sea: Challenges and Prospects Part I
11 December, 2017
Towards Policy Integration of Disaster Risk, Climate Adaptation, and Development in ASEAN: A Baseline Assessment
06 January, 2017
NTS Insight (Mar 2014) | Examining Economic Development, Environmental Policy and Transboundary Pollution: The Case of Iskandar Malaysia and Air Quality
03 March, 2014
Bulletins and Newsletters
Chapters in Edited Books
- Margareth Sembiring. "Chapter 3.3: “Energy Security and Connectivity in Asia and Europe”, in ASEF Outlook Report 2016/2017, CONNECTIVITY: Facts and Perspectives, Volume II: Connecting Asia and Europe edited by Sunkyoung Lee, 2016. (Singapore: Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF))
Last updated on 22/08/2017