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COP26 and beyond: climate ambition in Malaysia and the Global South

As COP26 highlighted, climate change is for many reasons an almost intractable issue. While the response requires collective, coordinated, global efforts, moral questions abound when it comes to determining the distribution of responsibilities in these efforts.
Why isn’t Asean making use of Indian know-how on disaster mitigation?
New Delhi’s climate-crisis initiative could help region where natural disasters becoming more frequent, vicious. ON 28 January 1992, India became Asean’s sectoral dialogue partner and in the last 30 years, the partnership has continued to evolve and diversify.   This year i...
2021 review of opportunities and challenges: China on “being itself”
Angeline Tan was quoted by Sin Chew Daily China’s “peaceful development” has led to its astonishing economic growth. In recent years, this has led the United States  to believe that China is a growing threat and has prompted a trade war. However, scholars believe that Chin...
A look at digital adoption among Malaysia's SMEs
Sofea Azahar was quoted by Channel News Asia. Small and medium enterprises in Malaysia have been hard hit by the COVID-19 pandemic. One important lesson to learn from it is that the adoption of digital technologies is no longer optional for businesses. CNA looks at what the gover...
Local government elections vital for democracy
The reintroduction of local elections in Malaysia has again been in the spotlight. Nevertheless, regardless of its merits and demerits, the right to vote at the local level will strengthen our democracy. by Yohendran Nadar Arulthevan LAST month, Housing and Local Government Mi...
Why isn’t Asean making use of Indian know-how on disaster mitigation?
New Delhi’s climate-crisis initiative could help region where natural disasters becoming more frequent, vicious. ON 28 January 1992, India became Asean’s sectoral dialogue partner and in the last 30 years, the partnership has continued to evolve and diversify.   This year i...
2021 review of opportunities and challenges: China on “being itself”
Angeline Tan was quoted by Sin Chew Daily China’s “peaceful development” has led to its astonishing economic growth. In recent years, this has led the United States  to believe that China is a growing threat and has prompted a trade war. However, scholars believe that Chin...
A look at digital adoption among Malaysia's SMEs
Sofea Azahar was quoted by Channel News Asia. Small and medium enterprises in Malaysia have been hard hit by the COVID-19 pandemic. One important lesson to learn from it is that the adoption of digital technologies is no longer optional for businesses. CNA looks at what the gover...
Local government elections vital for democracy
The reintroduction of local elections in Malaysia has again been in the spotlight. Nevertheless, regardless of its merits and demerits, the right to vote at the local level will strengthen our democracy. by Yohendran Nadar Arulthevan LAST month, Housing and Local Government Mi...
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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