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In Asia’s 3 Biggest Democracies, COVID-19 has Entrenched Inequality and Democratic Regression
March 31, 2021

In Asia’s 3 Biggest Democracies, COVID-19 has Entrenched Inequality and Democratic Regression

By Joshua Kurlantzick
The effects of the pandemic have fallen most heavily on minorities, while leaders have used COVID-19 as a pretext to expand their executive power.

The COVID-19 Endgame: Does Southeast Asia Need More Than Resilience?
March 31, 2021

The COVID-19 Endgame: Does Southeast Asia Need More Than Resilience?

By Manoj Harjani and Tan Ming Hui
Ideally, the pandemic should prompt a long-term mindset shift toward anticipating – and growing from – future crises.
The COVID-19 Overseas Remittance Crisis That Wasn’t
March 24, 2021

The COVID-19 Overseas Remittance Crisis That Wasn’t

By James Guild
Overseas remittances generally proved to be more resilient than other types of capital flows into Southeast Asia.

ASEAN Readies Regional COVID-19 Vaccine Certificate
March 05, 2021

ASEAN Readies Regional COVID-19 Vaccine Certificate

By Sebastian Strangio
The move is an important step in reviving intra-regional tourism and recovery from the coronavirus recession.

COVID-19 Continues to Batter the Philippines, Indonesia
February 03, 2021

COVID-19 Continues to Batter the Philippines, Indonesia

By Sebastian Strangio
The two governments are betting that vaccines will offer an escape route from the economic and public health crisis, but many obstacles remain.

Southeast Asia COVID-19 Vaccine Coverage a Long Way Off: Report
January 28, 2021

Southeast Asia COVID-19 Vaccine Coverage a Long Way Off: Report

By Sebastian Strangio
Unsurprisingly, distribution of vaccines is expected to track global distributions of wealth.

Mind the Remote Learning Gap in ASEAN
January 22, 2021

Mind the Remote Learning Gap in ASEAN

By Lim Cher Ping, Geoffrey M. Ducanes, Nicola Nixon, and Pitchanuch Supavanich
As a result of COVID-19, the educational gap is expected to widen across ASEAN.
China’s ‘Vaccine Diplomacy’ Leaves its Mark on ASEAN
January 22, 2021

China’s ‘Vaccine Diplomacy’ Leaves its Mark on ASEAN

By Luke Hunt
Most Southeast Asian governments are looking to China for help in combating COVID-19.

Post-Pandemic Southeast Asia Faces a Crisis of Authoritarianism
January 22, 2021

Post-Pandemic Southeast Asia Faces a Crisis of Authoritarianism

By David Hutt
History tells us that people rebel not when things are worst, but when hopes of improvements are disappointed.

A Crisis Waiting to Happen: Unemployment and Informality in Southeast Asia During COVID
January 19, 2021

A Crisis Waiting to Happen: Unemployment and Informality in Southeast Asia During COVID

By Deepali Khanna, Pitchanuch Supavanich, Nicola Nixon, Geoffrey Ducanes 
The pandemic has laid bare the weak foundations of Southeast Asian labor systems, particularly when it comes to informal workers.

Low Rates Are Pushing US Capital Into Southeast Asia. What Happens When Rates Go Up?
January 19, 2021

Low Rates Are Pushing US Capital Into Southeast Asia. What Happens When Rates Go Up?

By James Guild
For emerging markets, foreign capital inflows can spur growth – but they are also a potential source of volatility.
Cambodia’s COVID-19 Vaccine Boondoggle
December 14, 2020

Cambodia’s COVID-19 Vaccine Boondoggle

By David Hutt
The tycoon-funded vaccine drive demonstrates the durability of the patronage state that Hun Sen has built since the 1980s. It also reveals its weaknesses.

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