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22.10.2021 | New Geopolitics of Asia | News
Security at the core: AUKUS in the Indo-Pacific
The announcement of AUKUS consolidates a security-led conception of the Indo-Pacific over more prosperity-focused ideas championed for example by the EU. It is also likely to increase the tension and…  
20.10.2021 | Climate change, Gender Justice | News
A feminist approach to urban planning is vital for the future of cities
Integrating feminist priorities into city planning is essential, not just for gender equity, but also for climate resilience and wider sustainability. The concept is not new on a global level, but it…  
19.10.2021 | New Geopolitics of Asia | News
The Philippines in the New Geopolitics of Asia
Southeast Asia’s second most populous country is a flashpoint in the new geopolitics and geoeconomics of Asia. Filipino thought leaders and change makers convened for the first FES national…  
15.10.2021 | New Geopolitics of Asia | News
Between a rock and a hard place: ASEAN, AUKUS and the EU Indo-Pacific Strategy
Most ASEAN countries are rather reluctant to choose sides in the intensifying geopolitical rivalry between China and the United States. There is a concern among a number of Southeast Asian nations…  
14.10.2021 | New Geopolitics of Asia | Vlog
Unpacked with Prof Jae-Seung Lee | Ep. 18
South Korea walks on a geopolitical tightrope, positioned between the United States, its long-standing ally, and China, its most important trade partner. And it deals with a restive neighbour in the…  
11.10.2021 | New Geopolitics of Asia | News
Regional Lab: Systemic Implications of the COVID-19 Crisis
The pandemic has not only led to considerable losses in terms of health on a global scale but also caused unprecedented damage to the global economy and our social systems. It has emphasized the…  
08.10.2021 | New Geopolitics of Asia | News
Of opportunities and renewed divisions: AUKUS, India and the EU
A European Indo-Pacific strategy that widens options for the regional actors is welcomed by New Delhi. The same can be said of AUKUS though explicit expressions have not been made. There are,…  
06.10.2021 | Gender Justice | Publication
COVID-19 crisis and women in Asia
Our paper series explores gender-specific impacts, reflects on policy responses and explores women’s agency in context of the COVID-19 pandemic in Asia. It also identifies strategies to build a more…  
04.10.2021 | New Geopolitics of Asia | Vlog
Unpacked with Sharon Seah | Ep. 17
As a predominantly archipelagic region, Southeast Asia is disproportionately threatened by the potential consequences of climate change. Sharon Seah, Senior Fellow at the ISEAS – Yusof Ishak…  
30.09.2021 | Climate change | News
South Korea’s plans for a just transition must be truly fair for all
South Korea is deemed to be relatively behind on climate policy. So much so that the country was considered a “climate villain” by international research institutes for its emissions. In 2020, the…  
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