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  15 Oct 2019

Hands-on workshop on Thrills and Skills in Academic Writing

Hands-on workshop on Thrills and Skills in Academic Writing

27 - 28 Nov 2019 (Wed & Thu) 9am – 5pm. This 2-day workshop provides insights into the process of Academic Writing. The focus of this intervention will be on you, the writer, and your masterpieces, that is, your manuscripts.

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  15 Oct 2019

AMOS for Structural Equation Modeling in Research

AMOS for Structural Equation Modeling in Research

Hands-on workshop on 30 Nov - 1 Dec 2019 (Sat and Sun) 9am – 5pm by Prof. Dr. Ananda Kumar Palaniappan. This 2-day workshop is aimed at providing the knowledge and skills needed to use AMOS in testing models comprising constructs or variables in research.

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  29 Oct 2019

CALL FOR RESEARCH PAPERS: The ASEAN-EU Dialogue 2020

CALL FOR RESEARCH PAPERS: The ASEAN-EU Dialogue 2020

Theme: Towards a Common Regional Identity: Developing synergies through Socio-Cultural Co-operation. AEI would like to invite academicians, practitioners, researchers, students and administrators from the private and public sectors to participate and submit papers to be considered for presentation.

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  18 Nov 2019

一周世界舆论聚焦:中国加入CPTPP条约才是更重要的

一周世界舆论聚焦:中国加入CPTPP条约才是更重要的

曹辛:就现实来看,中国明年肯定能加入RCEP,但真正的重点是在CPTPP(全面进步跨太平洋伙伴关系协定)的大生意。 The Financial Times (London; Chinese edition), quotes Dr. Rahul Mishra on the recently-held RCEP negotiations.

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  18 Nov 2019

Why India pulled out of the RCEP free trade deal

Why India pulled out of the RCEP free trade deal

by Dr. Rahul Mishra

India this week dropped out of the RCEP free trade deal.New Delhi's decision was aimed at protecting vulnerable sections of the economy as well as persuading China to grant reciprocal market access.

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  18 Nov 2019

China Dynamic vs India-Japan presence in Sri Lanka

China Dynamic vs India-Japan presence in Sri Lanka

by Dr. Rahul Mishra

In essence, Indo-Japan partnership in Sri Lanka is a mix of presenting a counterweight to China, aspiration to provide a mutually beneficial alternative to smaller countries and reinforce ties with the neighbours, and their collective objective of keeping the rules-based order in Asia intact.

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  18 Nov 2019

为何印度不加入RCEP

为何印度不加入RCEP

由Rahul Mishra博士撰写

印度本周宣布不加入区域全面经济伙伴关系协定(RCEP)。吉隆坡大学亚欧学院高级讲师Rahul Mishra认为,新德里的决定是为了保护印度脆弱的经济行业并且敦促中国给予互惠的市场准入。

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  11 Nov 2019

Prof Rajah Rasiah bestowed datukship by Sultan of Perak. Congratulations!

Prof Rajah Rasiah bestowed datukship by Sultan of Perak. Congratulations!

Profesor Ulung Dato' Dr. Rajah Rasiah from the Asia Europe Institute, Universiti Malaya were made Dato' after being conferred the Darjah Dato' Paduka Mahkota Perak (DPMP) in conjunction with the 63rd Birthday of the Sultan of Perak Sultan Nazrin Shah.

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  30 Oct 2019

Great power rivalries push South Korea and ASEAN closer

Great power rivalries push South Korea and ASEAN closer

by Dr. Nurliana Kamaruddin & Aaron Denison

South Korea has spent much of its history caught in the middle of external power struggles. China, Japan, Russia and the United States have all played a hand in shaping the country’s current geopolitical reality.

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  23 Oct 2019

Partnership Among Unequals: EU-ASEAN Relations

Partnership Among Unequals: EU-ASEAN Relations

by Pervaiz Ali Mahesar

This article argues that the EU-ASEAN relations is a partnership among unequals and it reviews the recent public lecture by Professor Dr. Jorn Dosch held at the Asia Europe Institute on September 6, 2019.

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  18 Oct 2019

Malaysia-Russia relations in ASEAN studies

Malaysia-Russia relations in ASEAN studies

Professor Anthony Milner, Visiting Professor at AEI and CARUM, engaged in the 'ASEAN Academic Days' program at MGIMO University in Moscow in the second week of October.

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  News

  26 Sept 2019

Keynote speech by YM Raja Dato’ Nushirwan Zainal Abidin

Keynote speech by YM Raja Dato’ Nushirwan Zainal Abidin

The keynote was delivered at the Asia Europe Conference 2019 organised by Asia Europe Institute, University of Malaya on August 2nd, 2019

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  13 Sept 2019

Lao, Malaysian universities partner to strengthen social research

Lao, Malaysian universities partner to strengthen social research

Lao lecturers and specialists from Malaysia’s University of Malaya gathered in Vientiane on Wednesday for a three-day meeting to share experiences in social research, aiming to build the capacity of trainers in this field.

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  News

  4 Sep 2019

Re-emergence of the Old Order in Asia

Re-emergence of the Old Order in Asia

by Dr. Rahul Mishra

The region welcomes all major international players so long as their approaches and actions are based on a set of transparent rules and norms.

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  22 Aug 2019

EU-ASEAN Relations: Stitched together

EU-ASEAN Relations: Stitched together

'Citing human rights concerns, the EU is deciding whether to revoke duty-free market access for Cambodia’s exports, even as it tries to boost trade and defence ties with Southeast Asia.' — Dr. Rahul Mishra shared his views in this article published by Southeast Asia Globe.

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  22 Aug 2019

PacNet #47 - Building Cohesive National Communities and Participatory Political Systems

PacNet #47 - Building Cohesive National Communities and Participatory Political Systems

by Prof. Dato' Dr. Muthiah Alagappa and Arjun Akwei

The hope of an Asian Century persists – a hope based largely on the steady economic growth in many Asian countries. To the contrary, we contend that regardless of economic gains, an Asian Century is unlikely to materialize without comprehensive political reform. These reforms need not come at the expense of economic objectives, but without political reform economic growth will falter.

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  15 Aug 2019

India and the Philippines: Time to Go Beyond the ASEAN Framework

India and the Philippines: Time to Go Beyond the ASEAN Framework

"Through its Look East policy (1992-2014) and current Act East policy enacted in 2014, India has strived to build stronger ties with Southeast Asian countries, including the Philippines. With the Philippines, however, most linkages are through ASEAN-steered mechanisms and bilateral relations are still not as strong as they should be." — RSIS (S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, Singapore) policy report by Dr Rahul Mishra.

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  13 Aug 2019

5G and ASEAN Connectivity

5G and ASEAN Connectivity

Written by Assoc. Prof. Dr. Sameer Kumar

The advancement of cellular technology from 1G to 4G yields parallel improvement in the way we communicate and go about our day-to-day lives. However, the 5th generation, or 5G, is a new creature altogether that promises to impact our lives and businesses in ways hitherto unconceived.

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  13 Aug 2019

Why ASEAN’s Indo-Pacific outlook matters

Why ASEAN’s Indo-Pacific outlook matters

Article by Prof. Amitav Acharya (American University)

After more than a year of deliberation, ASEAN adopted the ‘ASEAN Outlook on the Indo-Pacific’ (‘the Outlook’) on 23 June 2019. The Outlook then got an airing at the ASEAN Regional Forum meetings in Bangkok.

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  13 Aug 2019

Europe should not blindly follow the US on China

Europe should not blindly follow the US on China

World View: EU must judge if its interests are aligned with those of US, Japan and India — Written by Dr Paul Gillespie, one of our distinguished speakers at the Asia-Europe Conference earlier this month, published by The Irish Times.

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  9 Aug 2019

Synthesising best of both worlds for a new Asia

Synthesising best of both worlds for a new Asia

Written by Assoc. Prof. Dr. Fumitaka Furuoka

In this multiplex world order, the rise of two regional giants — China and India — would overshadow inter-regional economic and security agendas in the coming decades. This may disrupt the existing harmonious but rather static inter-regional frameworks, such as the Asia-Europe Meeting (AEM).

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Last Updated: 21/11/2019