Dr. Kerkvliet will analyze the public debate and critique of the government by Vietnamese citizens in recent years and the government’s response.
Dr. Kerkvliet will speak on the title of his new book: Speaking Out in Vietnam: Public Political Criticism in a Communist Party-Ruled Nation.
How have sociopolitical conditions in Malaysia produced Salafi leaders who are, on some social issues, more open than their Indonesian counterparts?
About the Talk Burns Hall Room 3121/3125 (3rd Floor) Public and private sectors in Southeast Asia are eager to leap into the digital age, but the governments of the region have been deliberate in defining the rules of cyberspace and governing cybersecurity, including how states interact, how grey-zone operations in cyberspace should be treated, and […]
Indonesian political issues, article on film Our Land is the SEA, and reports of CRCS activity in Eastern Indonesia.
Places and issues to watch.
Talk: “Conflict Rubber” as the Spearhead of the State in a Post-Conflict Context in Southeastern Myanmar
Dr. Kevin Woods, EWC visiting scholar, will discuss rubber as fueling land conflicts in Myanmar.
Estimation of potential for conflict due to religious & ethnic differences among the candidates & additional analyses.
When & Where Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2018, 12pm – 1pm Room 3012 (Third floor), John A. Burns Hall About the Talk Please RSVP at 944-7111 or EWCInfo@EastWestCenter.org Free & open to the public but seating is limited. The stories of North Korea and Myanmar (Burma) are two of Asia’s most difficult. For decades they were […]
This presentation explores the emergence of populist politics in Southeast Asia.