The devastating earthquakes that struck Turkey in February 2023 exacerbated the country’s economic problems and a posed political conundrum on the embattled President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan.
The complexities of the South China Sea issue require Southeast Asian states to develop strong, persistent policies. These should entail all “what-ifs” including the withdraw of the US and its allies from the South China Sea.
This foreword launches the five-part “Tensions in the South China Sea” series. The series, featuring esteemed writers, aims to provide greater understanding of this complex issue.
Biochar: A Potential Sustainable Solution to Energy and Agricultural Needs, and Climate Change Mitigation for Singapore and Southeast Asia
The incorporation of new tools is crucial to address existential threats such as climate change, food security and energy needs in Southeast Asia. Biochar is one tool that can address all three threats.
The principle of ASEAN centrality has been reified in the recent conclusion of Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP). However, the Association faces three challenges to stay relevant post-RCEP.
The Shape of Contemporary Conflict in Southeast Asia: How Violent Extremism has Changed Our Women and Children
Women and children aligned with terrorist groups leverage gender and age dynamics for their benefit by claiming ignorance of terrorist acts so as to minimize their culpability.
Agritech is an attractive solution for countries to maintain their food security by striving for self-sufficiency. Due to its attractiveness, safeguards must be in place to prevent any attacks on such facilities.