Pages tagged by "Southeast Asia"

Papua New Guinea Must Control Its Borders: 7 April 2020

Papua New Guinea has had its first cases of COVID-19, and faces numerous challenges to stop its spread. Sharing the only land border between Asia and the Pacific, the government must properly seal borders given the alarming rate of infections in neighbouring Indonesia, Henry Ivarature writes.

The impact of the economic crisis on micro, small, and medium enterprises and their crisis mitigation measures in Southeast Asia with reference to Indonesia

The literature on the impact of the economic crisis on micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSMEs) and how they deal with it is still limited. Focusing...

Collaborative governance for the Sustainable Development Goals

The advent of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals has refocused global attention on the roles of business and other nonstate actors in achieving global...

Marawi the game changer

The local-global nexus in the southern Philippines.

Saving the South China Sea fishery

Why it’s time to internationalise.

Leading the leaders

Jenny Corbett takes charge at Arndt-Corden Department of Economics.

Power politics and securitisation: the emerging Indo–Japanese nexus in Southeast Asia

China’s ascent has led to its securitisation by its neighbouring states, particularly given its precarious maritime claims in the highly strategic Indo...

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