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.

Teaching in the Age of the “New Normal”
State-mandated closures of learning institutions have brought conventional learning to a halt in an attempt to slow the spread of COVID-19. The need to ensure continuity of teaching and learning has propelled institutions of all levels of education to shift from brick-and-mortar ...
Repairing Fault Lines Revealed by COVID-19
While the COVID-19 pandemic has revealed fault lines in ASEAN integration and cooperation, there have also been indications of permanent disruptions and new adjustments as we transition into the post-lockdown, post-pandemic world. This presents an opportunity for policymakers to ...
Has the Pandemic Disrupted Vietnam’s Chairmanship of ASEAN?
COVID-19 has compelled Vietnam to recalibrate some of its agendas and priorities as ASEAN Chair this year. What are the pressures faced by Vietnam and how has it responded to this challenge? BY NGUYEN VU TUNG The COVID-19 pandemic is testing Vietnam’s ability to lead ASEAN in 2...
Myanmar: The COVID-19 Situation Report
Some have criticised Myanmar for its perceived lack of preparedness in dealing with the COVID-19 outbreak. But is this grounded in reality, and how effective are the current measures implemented by Naypyitaw? BY SHWE YEE OO The COVID-19 positive cases identified on 23 March in My...

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.

Teaching in the Age of the “New Normal”
State-mandated closures of learning institutions have brought conventional learning to a halt in an attempt to slow the spread of COVID-19. The need to ensure continuity of teaching and learning has propelled institutions of all levels of education to shift from brick-and-mortar ...
Repairing Fault Lines Revealed by COVID-19
While the COVID-19 pandemic has revealed fault lines in ASEAN integration and cooperation, there have also been indications of permanent disruptions and new adjustments as we transition into the post-lockdown, post-pandemic world. This presents an opportunity for policymakers to ...
Has the Pandemic Disrupted Vietnam’s Chairmanship of ASEAN?
COVID-19 has compelled Vietnam to recalibrate some of its agendas and priorities as ASEAN Chair this year. What are the pressures faced by Vietnam and how has it responded to this challenge? BY NGUYEN VU TUNG The COVID-19 pandemic is testing Vietnam’s ability to lead ASEAN in 2...
Myanmar: The COVID-19 Situation Report
Some have criticised Myanmar for its perceived lack of preparedness in dealing with the COVID-19 outbreak. But is this grounded in reality, and how effective are the current measures implemented by Naypyitaw? BY SHWE YEE OO The COVID-19 positive cases identified on 23 March in My...
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.