Southeast Asia
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  • In Context: Singapore's Decision to Boost the RSN's Operational and Combat Capabilities
    Bahauddin Foizee   ·    26 Sep, 2019   ·    5623
    As the Pacific waters are increasingly becoming unstable geopolitically, the city-state of Singapore is focusing more on strenghtening its naval capabilities in order to protect its interests in the regional waters. With the aim of withs ...
  • ASEAN & UNSCR 1325: Taking the WPS Agenda Forward (Part-III)
    Akanksha Khullar   ·    21 Jun, 2019   ·    5593
    Part 2 of this series on ASEAN and UN Security Council Resolution (UNSCR) 1325 argued why the organisation’s engagement with UNSCR 1325 remains rudimentary. In fact, any effort towards advancing the engagement is hampered by the absence ...
  • ASEAN & UNSCR 1325: What Explains the Limited Engagement? (Part-II)
    Akanksha Khullar   ·    16 May, 2019   ·    5587
    Part 1 of this series demonstrated how ASEAN’s gender mechanisms have failed to engage the central tenets of UN Security Council Resolution (UNSCR) 1325 on facilitating substantial and meaningful participation of women in politics and ...
  • ASEAN & UNSCR 1325 (Part-I)
    Akanksha Khullar   ·    16 Apr, 2019   ·    5581
    Several Southeast Asian countries have experienced decades of conflicts and some are still undergoing post-conflict reconstruction. Yet, despite being a region where numerous religious and ethnic contestations, lengthy episodes of armed i ...
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