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ISIS International Affairs Forum: “21st Century Asia: Is Conflict Unavoidable?”

Dato' Dr. Muthiah

by Dato’ Dr Muthiah Alagappa, Distinguished Senior Fellow, East-West Center, USA

Time: Thursday, 27 January 2011
Venue: ISIS Conference Room, Kuala Lumpur

Dr. Muthiah Alagappa is Distinguished Senior Fellow at the East-West Center. From 2001 to 2007 he was founding director of East-West Center Washington. Prior to that he was director of the integrated research program in East-West Center Honolulu and has been a senior fellow at the East-West Center since 1989.

As a senior researcher in comparative and international politics of Asia, Dr Alagappa has worked on political legitimacy of governments, civil society and political change, political role of the   military,   democratic change,   force and politics,   conceptualization of security, Asian practice of security, security order in Asia, nuclear weapons and security, and international governance.

He  has  had  extensive  experience  in  research  management,  having integrated and directed a large research program at the East-West Center in  the  areas  of  politics,  security,  economics,  population,  health,  and environment. Dr Alagappa has published widely, his recent books  being The Long Shadow: Nuclear Weapons and Security in 21st Century Asia; Civil Society  and  Political  Change  in  Asia:  Expanding  and  Contracting Democratic Space; and Asian Security Order: Instrumental and Normative Features, all by Stanford University Press.

Dr Alagappa holds a Ph.D. (International Affairs), Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University, and an MA (Politics), University of Lancaster.

 
ISIS Public Lecture: “Social Equity, Democratizing Development and Global Governance”

By Dr Sri Mulyani Indrawarti, Managing Director, The World Bank Group
Date: 8 November 2010

 
International Affairs Forum – “Global Economic Outlook: Is The Global Economy Stalling?”

by Mr Adrian Cooper, Chief Economist and Managing Director, Oxford Economics Ltd., Singapore.
Date:20 October 2010

 
International Affairs Forum:“ASEAN Economics Integration: Driven by Markets or Mandarins?”
PROF HAL HILL

by Professor Hal Hill & Jay Menon

Date: 30 April 2010
Venue: Conference Room, ISIS Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur

Past Convenor in ANU’s Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Prof Hal Hill also headed the University’s Indonesia Project from 1986 to 1998; for much of this time editing the Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies. His general research interests are the economies of ASEAN, especially Indonesia and The Philippines; industrialization and foreign investment in East Asia; and Australia’s economic relations with the Asia-Pacific region.

Author or editor of 15 books, Prof Hill sits on the editorial board of 14 academic journals; and has written about 140 academic papers and book chapters, with major titles including ‘The Indonesian Economy since 1966’ (Cambridge University Press, 2nd edition, 2000) and ‘The Philippine Economy’ (co-edited with Arsenio Balisacan, Oxford University Press, 2003). He is an occasional op-ed contributor to Australian and Asian newspapers and magazines, a radio/TV commentator, and has worked as Consultant for the Australian Government, the Indonesian Government, the World Bank, the Asian Development Bank, and several United Nations agencies.

Prof Hill has held visiting appointments at Gadjah Mada University, the University of the Philippines, the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, the University of Oxford, the International University of Japan, the Tinbergen Institute, Columbia University and the National University of Malaysia.

 
Addressing Climate Change with Development

by Imran Habib Ahmad, Visiting Fellow UKM & Lead Coordinatir UNDESA WESS 2009.

Date: 29April 2010

Presented at Forum: “How Can Climate Change be Addressed in a Development Mode?, 29April 2010. Organized by ISIS Malaysia in collaboration with the Institute of Environment & Development (LESTARI), Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia

 
International Affairs Forum:“EXPLORING A DESIRABLE REGIONAL FRAMEWORK FOR EAST ASIA: EAFTA, CEPEA, APEC OR TPP?”
Professor Syujiro Urata

Professor Shujiro Urata
Professor of International Economics, Graduate School of Asia-Pacific Studies, Waseda University and Research Fellow, Japan Center for Economic Research.

Date: 10 March 2010
Venue: Conference Room, ISIS Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur

Dr. Shujiro Urata is currently Professor of International Economics at the Graduate School of Asia-Pacific Studies, Waseda University and Research Fellow at the Japan Center for Economic Research. His research interests include international trade, foreign direct investment, corporate small and medium enterprises, as well as regional integration and Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation. Dr. Urata has published numerous articles on the economics of development in professional journals, and has published and edited several books in both English and Japanese on international economic issues. His recent work, Multinationals and Economic Growth in East Asia, was co-edited with Chia Siow Yue and Fukunari Kimura (Routledge, 2006).

 
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