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Daily News on the Southeast Asian Region
16 July 2021 (pm) - 19 July 2021 (am)
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This alert service contains articles focusing on Southeast Asia and special topics in line with the research interests of the ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute.

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This issue of Daily News Alert includes the following articles attributed to ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute and its researchers. You can click on their names to go to these articles directly.

Cambodia
 
Kimkong Heng, UQ
East Asia Forum, 17 July 2021
 
Radio Free Asia, 16 July 2021
 

Indonesia
 
Antara, 19 July 2021
 
A. Muh. Ibnu Aqil
Jakarta Post, 18 July 2021
 
Antara, 17 July 2021
 
A. Muh. Ibnu Aqil
Jakarta Post, 16 July 2021
 
Republika, 16 July 2021
 
Republika, 16 July 2021
 
Dian Fath Risalah, Rizkyan Adiyudha
Republika, 16 July 2021
 
 
Malaysia
 
East Asia Forum, 19 July 2021
 
Adzhar Ibrahim
Free Malaysia Today, 19 July 2021
 
JUSTIN ONG
Malay Mail Online, 19 July 2021
 
S Thayaparan
Malaysiakini, 19 July 2021
 
Lim Kit Siang
Malaysiakini, 19 July 2021
 
Bhavan Jaipragas
South China Morning Post, 19 July 2021
 
Bhavan Jaipragas
South China Morning Post, 19 July 2021
 
Dr Norshahril Saat is a Senior Fellow at the ISEAS – Yusof Ishak Institute and Coordinator at the Regional Social and Cultural Studies Programme.
Channel News Asia, 18 July 2021
 
Bridget Welsh, University of Nottingham Malaysia
East Asia Forum, 18 July 2021
 
IDA LIM
Malay Mail Online, 18 July 2021
 
Malay Mail Online, 18 July 2021
 
SOO WERN JUN
Malay Mail Online, 18 July 2021
 
KENNETH TEE
Malay Mail Online, 18 July 2021
 
PHILIP GOLINGAI
Star, 18 July 2021
 
Malay Mail Online, 17 July 2021
 
Shannon Teoh
Straits Times, 17 July 2021
 
Dr Paolo Casadio and Dr Geoffrey Williams are economists based in Kuala Lumpur.
Malaysian Insight, 16 July 2021
 
唐南发
Malaysian Insight, 16 July 2021
 
Bhavan Jaipragas
South China Morning Post, 16 July 2021
 

Myanmar
 
Eleven Myanmar, 17 July 2021
 
Thet Htar Mya Yee San is former second secretary at Myanmar Embassy in Washington DC, who, following the military coup in Myanmar, joined the Civil Disobedience Movement and has refused to represent the military regime.
Jakarta Post, 17 July 2021
 
Tin Tun Naing is the Minister of Planning, Finance, and Investment for Myanmar’s National Unity Government.
Diplomat, 16 July 2021
 
BERTIL LINTNER
Irrawaddy, 16 July 2021
 
Irrawaddy, 16 July 2021
 
David Camroux & Alex Aung Khant
New Mandala, 16 July 2021
 
Aung Myo Min
South China Morning Post, 16 July 2021
 
Radio Free Asia, 15 July 2021
 
 
Philippines
 
Bernie Cahiles-Magkilat
Manila Bulletin, 19 July 2021
 
Kathleen de Villa
Philippine Daily Inquirer, 19 July 2021
 
DJ Yap
Philippine Daily Inquirer, 19 July 2021
 
[This issue of Politika (2nd quarter of 2021) contains three sections:1) Governance opportunities under five years of Dutertismo; 2) The President who challenged China’s aggression; 3) Legislative Accomplishments and updates.]
Stratbase ADRi, 19 July 2021
 
Leila B. Salaverria, Melvin Gascon
Philippine Daily Inquirer, 18 July 2021
 
Philippine Daily Inquirer, 18 July 2021
 
Mahar Mangahas
Philippine Daily Inquirer, 17 July 2021
 
Neil Arwin Mercado
Philippine Daily Inquirer, 17 July 2021
 
Neil Arwin Mercad
Philippine Daily Inquirer, 17 July 2021
 
Solita Collas-Monsod
Philippine Daily Inquirer, 17 July 2021
 

Singapore
 
IMF News, 16 July 2021
 

Thailand
 
WASSANA NANUAM
Bangkok Post, 19 July 2021
 
Bangkok Post, 19 July 2021
 
Bangkok Post, 19 July 2021
 
Wichuta Teeratanabodee
Eurasia Review, 18 July 2021
 
Bangkok Post, 17 July 2021
 
Asahi Shimbun (AJW), 16 July 2021
 

Vietnam
 
VietNamNet, 19 July 2021
 
VietNamNet, 19 July 2021
 
VietNamNet, 18 July 2021
 
VietNamNet, 18 July 2021
 
Truong Thuy Quynh and Pham Thi Thuy Duong
Diplomat, 16 July 2021
 
Akhilesh Pillalamarri
Diplomat, 16 July 2021
 

ASEAN/Southeast Asia
 
BBC, 19 July 2021
 
Kumar Ramakrishna is Associate Professor and head of the International Centre for Political Violence and Terrorism Research at the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.
Asia Research Institute, 19 July 2021
 
Steve K.L. Chan is assistant professor at the Department of Sociology, Keimyung University, South Korea. Kevin S.Y. Tan is a visiting senior fellow at the ISEAS – Yusof Ishak Institute, Singapore.
Star, 18 July 2021
 
Tom Fawthrop
Diplomat, 17 July 2021
 

ASEAN-China
 
Melinda Martinus, ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute
East Asia Forum, 17 July 2021
 
Sebastian Strangio
Diplomat, 16 July 2021
 

ASEAN-US
 
Liu Chang, Assistant Research Fellow, Department for American Studies, China Institute of International Studies
China-US Focus, 16 July 2021
 

Asia Pacific
 
Kok Xinghui and Dewey Sim
South China Morning Post, 17 July 2021
 
APEC, 16 July 2021
 
Shalabh Chopra, Delhi
East Asia Forum, 16 July 2021
 

East/South China Sea
 
Laura Zhou
South China Morning Post, 17 July 2021
 

Climate Change/Environment
 
Southeast Asian citizens accustomed to holding their breath in anticipation of toxic haze generated annually by forest fires in Indonesia can expect clearer skies and breezy days this year, say experts who have been monitoring the region's chronic transboundary haze.
Bangkok Post, 19 July 2021
 
 
Karin Costa Vazquez
South China Morning Post, 19 July 2021
 
[This is an edited excerpt of a piece published in ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Perspective 2021/92 as “ASEAN’s COVID-19 Recovery Measures: Missing Opportunities for a Green Future”.]
Melinda Martinus and Sharon Seah
South China Morning Post, 19 July 2021
 
Time, 16 July 2021
 
Time, 15 July 2021
 

Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) / Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP)
 
Matthew P. Goodman
Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) (United States), 15 July 2021
 

G-20 Summit
 
Noto Suoneto
Diplomat, 16 July 2021
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