Institute for Policy Analysis of Conflict (IPAC): Indonesia and the Rohingya Crisis

NYSEAN partner Institute of Policy Analysis of Conflict (IPAC), released "Indonesia and the Rohingya Crisis," a report documenting Indonesia’s response to the 2017 violence against the Rohingya that sparked one of the fastest and largest refugee crises in decades, with over 700,000 Rohingya fleeing Burma to neighboring Bangladesh. 

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Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development
Economic Outlook for Southeast Asia, China and India 2016

OECD, Economic Outlook for Southeast Asia, China and India 2016: Enhancing Regional Ties

The annual Economic Outlook for Southeast Asia, China and Indiaexamines Asia’s regional economic growth, development and regional integration process. It focuses on the economic...

East Asia Forum
ASEAN centrality losing ground

ASEAN centrality losing ground

Mathew Davies of ANU argues that ASEAN is losing its centrality in the Asia-Pacific in the face of great power machinations and a lack of leadership within the organization.

Asia Maritime Transparency Initative
What Countries are Taking Sides After the South China Sea Ruling?

CSIS Analysis of Who is Taking Sides in the South China Sea after Hague Ruling

Maritime Awareness Project
A new platform for analyses and data on maritime security

Gain a better understanding of the South China Sea Dispute with MAP

The National Bureau of Asian Research and the Sasakawa USA have partnered on a new innovative platform for analyses and data on maritime security called the Maritime Awareness Project (MAP). The...

Council on Foreign Relations
Rebalance to Asia Led to Drop in Security Assistance for Southeast Asia

Rebalance to Asia Led to Drop in Security Assistance for Southeast Asia

In 2011, the Obama administration launched an approach to East Asia called the “rebalance to Asia.” One aspect of the rebalance was supposed to be strengthening security relationships in Southeast...

World Bank
East Asia and the Pacific Economic Update: Growing Challenges

World Bank, East Asia and the Pacific Economic Update: Growing Challenges

The most recent World Bank East Asia and the Pacific Economic Update: Growing Challenges predicts that the Philippines and Vietnam among  the larger developing ASEAN economies enjoy the...

CSIS PacNet
ADMM-dialogue partners informal meetings as a source of regional stability

ADMM-dialogue partners informal meetings as a source of regional stability

A piece by Sarah Teo (islsteo@ntu.edu.sg), Associate Research Fellow with the Regional Security Architecture Programme, Institute of Defence...

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A History of Southeast Asia: Critical Crossroads

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Asian Tsunami 2004 Andrea Nagy Smith and Jeffrey Garten Yale School of Management 10 Oct 2011
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Asian Tsunami 2004 Andrea Nagy Smith and Jeffrey Garten Yale School of Management 10 Oct 2011