COVID-19 in Malaysia: Economic Impacts & Fiscal Responses
Views expressed in this article is the opinion of the author, and does not necessarily reflect the view of the Institute of Strategic and International Studies (ISIS) Malaysia and the other individuals/organisations cited Updated 26/03/2020 Download as PDF Key takeaways This pand...
The other victims of the Coronavirus: Multilateralism and regional cooperation
Economies, travel, healthcare systems, communities and lives are not the only wreckage that COVID-19 is leaving in its wake. Predictably, the virus has begun to exacerbate cracks in the existing international multilateral system that underpins much of our global and regional arch...
Curing the COVID-19 Information Disorder
Due to COVID-19’s novelty and pandemic status, false information, which thrives on fear and uncertainty, have flourished. This has led to an information disorder on COVID-19, which includes false information pertaining to its source, how it spreads, how to treat it, as well as ...
File Photo: The various types of anti-palm oil campaigns such as no palm oil labels, do not eat the rainforest and eat plants, no palm please, are driving a number of food manufacturers to reduce the consumption of palm oil in foods. - STR/ADZLAN SIDEK
About sustainability, regulation and consumer demand
EVEN as Malaysia and Indonesia work towards combating misperceptions behind anti-palm oil products from grocery store shelves, anti-palm oil campaigns in Europe continue to gain momentum. The various types of anti-palm oil campaigns such as no palm oil labels, do not eat the rain...
COVID-19 in Malaysia: Economic Impacts & Fiscal Responses
Views expressed in this article is the opinion of the author, and does not necessarily reflect the view of the Institute of Strategic and International Studies (ISIS) Malaysia and the other individuals/organisations cited Updated 26/03/2020 Download as PDF Key takeaways This pand...
The other victims of the Coronavirus: Multilateralism and regional cooperation
Economies, travel, healthcare systems, communities and lives are not the only wreckage that COVID-19 is leaving in its wake. Predictably, the virus has begun to exacerbate cracks in the existing international multilateral system that underpins much of our global and regional arch...
Curing the COVID-19 Information Disorder
Due to COVID-19’s novelty and pandemic status, false information, which thrives on fear and uncertainty, have flourished. This has led to an information disorder on COVID-19, which includes false information pertaining to its source, how it spreads, how to treat it, as well as ...
File Photo: The various types of anti-palm oil campaigns such as no palm oil labels, do not eat the rainforest and eat plants, no palm please, are driving a number of food manufacturers to reduce the consumption of palm oil in foods. - STR/ADZLAN SIDEK
About sustainability, regulation and consumer demand
EVEN as Malaysia and Indonesia work towards combating misperceptions behind anti-palm oil products from grocery store shelves, anti-palm oil campaigns in Europe continue to gain momentum. The various types of anti-palm oil campaigns such as no palm oil labels, do not eat the rain...
Announcement 1: The Board, management and all staff at ISIS Malaysia are deeply saddened by the passing of Dr Aileen Baviera. She was a veteran in the foreign policy academic and think tank circuit and will be dearly missed. She was also a good friend of ISIS Malaysia and a key part of the ASEAN-ISIS Network. Our deepest condolences to her colleagues, students and loved ones.

Announcement 2: All ISIS Malaysia events, including the 34th Asia-Pacific Roundtable (APR), and the Asia-Pacific Leaders Dialogue (APLD), will be postponed for the time being.
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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Announcement 1: The Board, management and all staff at ISIS Malaysia are deeply saddened by the passing of Dr Aileen Baviera. She was a veteran in the foreign policy academic and think tank circuit and will be dearly missed. She was also a good friend of ISIS Malaysia and a key part of the ASEAN-ISIS Network. Our deepest condolences to her colleagues, students and loved ones.

Announcement 2: All ISIS Malaysia events, including the 34th Asia-Pacific Roundtable (APR), and the Asia-Pacific Leaders Dialogue (APLD), will be postponed for the time being.
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Is “Not Taking Sides” a Viable Option for ASEAN?

ASEAN’s response to the increasing fraught major power rivalry is “not taking sides.” Beyond the diplomatic musings that provides the theoretical underpinnings of this position, it is unclear how this position translates into actionable policies, not least because ASEAN is facing increasing pressure from the major powers to choose sides.