The ISIS Focus special edition is now published! Themed “The Crisis of Our Time”, it focuses on the implication of COVID-19 from multiple policy perspectives including content regulation, multilateralism, regional cooperation, environment, security, and economics.

A New Abnormal: Rethinking Security amid COVID-19
Will it be business as usual for security as countries across the globe continue to fight against COVID-19? What are the developments that have come to the fore, which necessitate a re-examination of domestic and regional security? BY ELINA NOOR The last time Asia had to battle a...
Navigating Through the Storm: What Does COVID-19 Mean for Indonesia’s Regional Agenda?
Indonesia is facing difficulties to suppress the number of COVID-19 infections due to limited medical equipment, infrastructure and human resources. With a depressed state capacity on one hand and President Jokowi’s unique foreign policy outlook on the other, Indonesia might be...
Cambodia’s COVID-19 Responses: Preventive and Responsive Measures
Cambodia has been doing relatively well in its fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. However, more regional and international cooperation is needed, especially since the struggle does not seem to be abating soon. BY CHARADINE PICH 13 February 2020 marked a historical humanitarian ...
The Philippines and the “New Normal”
The struggle against COVID-19 in the Philippines is expected to be extended, with the peak of the pandemic yet to be reached. How then would the “new normal” influence the nation’s foreign policy? BY CHARMAINE MISALUCHA-WILLOUGHBY The existential threat that is the COVID-19...

The ISIS Focus special edition is now published! Themed “The Crisis of Our Time”, it focuses on the implication of COVID-19 from multiple policy perspectives including content regulation, multilateralism, regional cooperation, environment, security, and economics.

A New Abnormal: Rethinking Security amid COVID-19
Will it be business as usual for security as countries across the globe continue to fight against COVID-19? What are the developments that have come to the fore, which necessitate a re-examination of domestic and regional security? BY ELINA NOOR The last time Asia had to battle a...
Navigating Through the Storm: What Does COVID-19 Mean for Indonesia’s Regional Agenda?
Indonesia is facing difficulties to suppress the number of COVID-19 infections due to limited medical equipment, infrastructure and human resources. With a depressed state capacity on one hand and President Jokowi’s unique foreign policy outlook on the other, Indonesia might be...
Cambodia’s COVID-19 Responses: Preventive and Responsive Measures
Cambodia has been doing relatively well in its fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. However, more regional and international cooperation is needed, especially since the struggle does not seem to be abating soon. BY CHARADINE PICH 13 February 2020 marked a historical humanitarian ...
The Philippines and the “New Normal”
The struggle against COVID-19 in the Philippines is expected to be extended, with the peak of the pandemic yet to be reached. How then would the “new normal” influence the nation’s foreign policy? BY CHARMAINE MISALUCHA-WILLOUGHBY The existential threat that is the COVID-19...
Announcement: YBhg Tan Sri Rastam Mohd Isa completed his tenure as Chairman of the Board of Directors and Chief Executive of the Institute of Strategic and International Studies (ISIS) Malaysia on 8 January 2019. ISIS Malaysia’s Board of Directors and staff convey their sincere appreciation to YBhg Tan Sri Rastam for his able stewardship of ISIS Malaysia and wish him well in all his future endeavours.
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Implications of COVID-19 for Sustainable Development in Malaysia: A Conversation with Dr Jomo Kwame Sundaram

The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) were adopted in 2015, and embedded in the 11th Malaysia Plan and the Shared Prosperity Vision 2030. However, COVID-19 has disrupted progress towards the SDGs and sustainable development.