1. Forging Cohesive Societies – Living With Religious Diversity
2. Modi’s Two-Front Diplomacy: An Opportunity Ahead?
3. RSIS-WTO Parliamentarian Workshop – Digital Development and Geopolitical Divides
4. RSIS-WTO Parliamentarian Workshop – US-China Trade War: Emerging Dilemmas
5. RSIS-WTO Parliamentarian Workshop – The Rising Tide: Trade in Services and Intangibles
6. RSIS-WTO Parliamentarian Workshop – Trade and Sustainable Development: Achieving the UN’s 2030 Agenda
7. RSIS-WTO Parliamentary Workshop – US Blacklist on Huawei: Leverage for the US-China Trade Talks?
8. Xi’s Visit to Russia: Beginning of a New Era?
9. RSIS-WTO Parliamentary Workshop – WTO in a Turbulent World: Need to Change with the Times
10. US-China Conflict: Will ASEAN Centrality Be Derailed?
11. US Watch-List For ‘Currency Manipulation’: What Is It?
12. Cyber Security: Will There Be One ASEAN Voice?
13. Indonesia’s Presidential Election 2019 – Sarungan vs Cingkrangan: Elections and Contestations Within Indonesian Islam
14. Defending Forward: Pre-emption in the Internet of Things
15. EU Elections and Democracy: Choosing Leaders Over Dinner
16. US ‘Terrorist’ Labelling of IRGC: A Futile Move?
17. Al Qaeda’s Resurgence in Syria: A New Caliphate?
18. Malaysia and the Rome Statute: Domestic Debate Over?
19. Forging Cohesive Societies – Harmonious Co-Existence: What Can Governments Do?
20. Lessons From Sri Lanka: Psychological Bandage in Times of Crisis
21. ASEAN’s New Economic Player – Vietnam’s Industry 4.0: Opportunities and Challenges
22. Becoming a Global Halal Hub: Is Indonesia Ready?
23. ASEAN’s New Economic Player – Vietnam: ICT as Engine of Rapid Growth
24. Sri Lankan Attacks and Inter-Communal Relations
25. EU’s Palm Oil Challenge: How Should Singapore Respond?
26. One Year Later: Has Malaysia Changed?
27. Can Trust Be Verified? Managing 5G Risk in Southeast Asia
28. Environmental Awareness: Alternative Strategies Beyond Symbolism
29. Disaster Management: Can ASEAN Be a Global Leader?
30. 2019 Indonesian Presidential and Legislative Elections – The New Indonesian Parliament: Who Won and What It Means
31. Belt & Road Initiative – Geopolitical Moves: China’s BRI Signals To India?
32. The Easter Sunday Attacks: Struggle for the Soul of Sri Lankan Muslims
33. Belt and Road Forum 2019: BRI 2.0 In The Making?
34. Bill to Protect from Online Falsehoods: Refinements Needed
35. China’s Digital Silk Road: The Integration of Myanmar
36. Putin-Kim Summit: Enter the Russian Factor
37. Indonesian Presidential Election 2019 – Another Term for Jokowi: Some Significant Developments
38. Islamic State: New Phase of Global Expansion?
39. Forging Cohesive Societies – Singapore’s Multiracialism: A Matter of Identity
40. Easter Attacks In Sri Lanka
41. Indonesia’s Presidential Election 2019 – The Big Battle for Java: Key in Struggle for Power
42. Indonesian Presidential Election 2019 – After the Big Fight: Results and Implications
43. Malaysia’s Changing Federal-State Relations – The Sarawak Imbroglio: Constitutional Amendment Setback
44. BRI as a Regional Enterprise: Headwinds in the Way?
45. Indonesian Presidential Election 2019 – Too Close To Call: Whoever Wins, Must Win Decisively
46. Indonesian Presidential Election 2019 – Abangan, Santri, and Priyayi: Three Streams in Indonesia’s Electoral Politics
47. Indonesian Presidential Election 2019 – What Will Happen After the Polls?
48. Indonesian Presidential Election 2019 – State of Play: Who Will Win in Largest Single-Day Elections?
49. Breakthrough for Bangsamoro: Can They Overcome the Odds?
50. Indonesian Presidential Election 2019 – Golput and Its Implications
51. Malaysia-China Economic Relations Post-GE14: Rhetoric vs Reality
52. Detentions in Singapore: IS Supporters’ Misreading of Islam
53. Deradicalisation and Rehabilitation: Way Forward for Returnees
54. More Plastic Bags than Fish? East Asia’s New Environmental Threat
55. Indonesian Presidential Election 2019 – The Three Streams Facing Indonesian Muslims: Pulls of Politics
56. Avenging Christchurch Terror: Indonesian Militant Responses
57. Singapore’s Total Defence: Overcoming Complacency
58. Post-Lee Kuan Yew World: Is His Strategic Vision Still Relevant?
59. 21st Century Military Modernisation: Its Challenges
60. Trade Outlook 2019: Mostly Cloudy
61. Indonesian Presidential Election 2019 – East Java: Deadheat in a Battleground Province
62. Promoting Union Social Responsibility: Going for Universal Labour Guarantee
63. US-China Trade War: Mixed Currency Fortunes?
64. Reimagining DPRK Summit Diplomacy: Can ASEAN Play a Bigger Role?
65. Singapore’s ’30 by 30’ Strategy: Can Food Self-Production Be Achieved?
66. Kazakhstan: End of an Era?
67. The Right of Privacy: Death By a Thousand Data Cuts?
68. Malaysia’s Changing Federal-State Relations – Kelantan & the PH Government
69. Indonesian Presidential Election 2019 – West Java: Tough Fight in Key Battleground
70. Why Balancing Towards China is not Effective: Understanding BRI’s Strategic Role
71. Bloodbath in Christchurch: The Rise of Far-Right Terrorism
72. Carnage in Christchurch: The Logic of Live-Streaming Slaughter
73. ASEAN’s Digital Economy: Development, Division, Disruption
74. What Next? Islamic State After the ‘Caliphate’
75. The Emperor’s Two Bodies: Japan’s Imperial Crossroads?
76. Unpacking the “Rules-Based Order”
77. International Humanitarian Assistance: What Must Change
78. The SAF After Next Incarnation
79. Changing Federal-State Relations – New Malaysia: Whither The Human Rights Debates?
80. New Pro-Islamic State Magazine: A Persistent Ideological Threat
81. India-Pakistan Crisis: A New International Factor
82. Malaysia’s Semenyih By-Election: What Next for Race-based Politics?
83. Changing Federal-State Relations – Malaysia’s Third Vote: Bringing Back Local Council Elections?
84. Democracy in Crisis: It’s the next disruption
85. Sri Lanka’s Drug Scourge
86. The Pulwama Attack’s After Effects: Fake News and Rumours
87. Assessment of IS Ideological Threat
88. Malaysia’s Changing Federal-State Relations – Post-GE14: Decentralising Federal-Selangor Governance
89. The Rakhine Crisis – Role of ASEAN
90. Putin’s State-of-the-Nation Speech: Primacy of Domestic Politics
91. Trump-Kim Summit II: Challenges of Nuclear Issues to Regional Peace
92. Indonesian Presidential Election 2019 – Grand Narratives in Outer Provinces: Impact of Islam on Politics
93. BJP in 2019: A More Militant Hindutva?
94. 2019 Jolo Bombing: Bid to Derail BOL Peace Deal?
95. Indonesian Presidential Election 2019 – Jokowi’s Chances in Post-Kalla South Sulawesi
96. Indo-Pacific: One Region, Many Visions?
97. WTO’s Potential Game-Changer: Global e-Commerce Rules?
98. Singapore’s Military History: Look Beyond World War II
99. SingHealth Cyber Attack: Learning from COI Findings
100. Brexit & Southeast Asia: Return of British Naval Presence?
101. Indonesian Presidential Election 2019 – Politics at the Periphery: The ‘Outer Island’ Phenomenon
102. Indonesian Presidential Election 2019 – Old Soldiers Never Die: Retired Officers Behind Jokowi, Prabowo
103. War on Drugs: How To Win in Philippines, Bangladesh
104. Japan: Finally Beefing Up Its Military
105. To Ratify or Not to Ratify? Malaysia’s CPTPP Question
106. Sri Lanka: An Ideological Power Struggle
107. The Advent of “CyWar”: Are We Ready?
108. CPTPP: New Key Player in International Trade
109. Indonesia’s New Halal Law: Impact on the Political Economy
110. Indonesian Presidential Election 2019 – Prabowo Subianto: Reluctant Yet Strong Contender
111. Indonesian Presidential Election 2019 – Joko Widodo: Vulnerable Despite Strong Incumbency
112. ‘New Way’ to Manage Sino-Indian Engagement?
113. Indonesia’s Presidential Election 2019 – Jokowi’s Chances in West Sumatra: Why He is Likely to Lose
114. Economic Headwinds in 2019: Navigating Priorities for ASEAN
115. Institutions for Asian Development Finance: Growing Competition or Complementarity?
116. Reform and Federalism Post GE14: More Power to the States?
117. Plural Traditions in Plural Societies: Inclusivity in Inter-Religious Dialogue
118. Terrorist Threat Assessment for 2019