LSE Southeast Asia

The Saw Swee Hock Southeast Asia Centre is an inter-disciplinary, regionally-focused academic centre within the Institute of Global Affairs at LSE.

The Saw Swee Hock Southeast Asia Centre (SEAC) is an inter-disciplinary, regionally-focused academic centre within the Institute of Global Affairs at LSE. Building on the School's deep historical connections with Southeast Asia, the Centre seeks to promote the best academic and policy research on the region, deepen research ties with Southeast Asia, and improve the student experience at LSE. SEAC is LSEโ€™s gateway to understanding Southeast Asia.

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03/04/2024

๐ŸŒ Upcoming LSE Seminar: Re-globalization, Geopolitics, and Southeast Asia ๐ŸŒ

We're excited to welcome Nick Bisley, Dean of Humanities and Social Sciences at La Trobe University, for a seminar on the shifting geopolitical landscape in Southeast Asia.

๐Ÿ“… Date: Monday, 29 April 2024
โฐ Time: 12:00pm to 1:15pm
๐Ÿ“ Location: LSE Marshall Building, Room MAR.1.10 & Online via Zoom

Dive into discussions on ASEAN's challenges, the impact of great power competition, and the future of regional stability.

Register now to secure your place, either in-person or online: https://bit.ly/SEACEvent29April

29/03/2024

๐ŸŒŸ Introducing SEAC Cafรฉ: Your Gateway to Southeast Asia at LSE ๐ŸŒŸ

Join us for a series of open discussions where you can engage directly with LSE's SEAC Associates!

The SEAC Cafรฉ consists of a series of small group sessions over the course of the year giving all LSE students the opportunity to engage with LSE SEAC Associates in an array of fields all focused on the Southeast Asia region.

๐Ÿ“… Sessions held throughout the upcoming term
๐Ÿ“ Location: LSE, London
๐Ÿ‘ฅ Limited group sizes to ensure meaningful discussions

Registration is required in advance to maintain a conducive environment for all participants. Don't miss out on this chance to connect, discuss, and learn more about Southeast Asia in a relaxed and welcoming setting.

Secure your spot at the next SEAC Cafรฉ session and be part of the vibrant conversation shaping our understanding of Southeast Asia.

Register here: https://bit.ly/SEACCafe

28/03/2024

๐ŸŒŸ Southeast Asia Forum 2024: The Challenges of Sustainable Growth in Southeast Asia ๐ŸŒŸ

The London School of Economics and Political Science proudly presents the annual Southeast Asia Forum (SEAF) on Thursday, 23 May 2024. This year, we delve into the unprecedented challenges of sustainable growth amidst global volatilities and geopolitical tensions in Southeast Asia.

Event Highlights:

๐ŸŒSouth by Southeast? From Miracle to Pragmatism with Jomo Kwame Sundaram (Khazanah Institute)
๐ŸŒSoutheast Asiaโ€™s Green Supply Chains by Yu-leng Khor (Singapore Institute of International Affairs)
๐ŸŒWhither Reform? Vietnamโ€™s Economic Reforms since Doi Moi with Vuฬƒ-Thaฬ€nh Tฦฐฬฃ-Anh (Fulbright School)
๐ŸŒJokowiโ€™s Industrial Legacy: Indonesia's Natural Resource Sector critiqued by Dr. Eve Warburton (Australian National University)

Join us for a day of engaging discussions with leading experts, shedding light on the complexities of Southeast Asia's economic dynamism and its path towards sustainable development.

This flagship event showcases high-quality research on Southeast Asia and fosters critical engagement with the region's most pressing issues.

๐Ÿ“ Location: LSE, London, UK
๐Ÿ“… Date: Thursday, 23 May 2024

Stay tuned for more details and registration information. Be part of the conversation that shapes the future of Southeast Asia.

For more information about the event and how to join:
https://www.lse.ac.uk/seac/seaf

27/03/2024

๐Ÿ“ฃJoin Asia House This Summer: Paid Internships in Business & Policy ๐ŸŒŸ

Asia House is now accepting applications for our Paid Summer Internships in the Business and Policy team, focusing on the dynamic regions of the Middle East and Southeast Asia ๐ŸŒ

The successful candidate(s) will undertake background research across a range of issues relating to their focus region, including global trade and investment, economic reform, digitalisation, data governance, and sustainability.

The successful candidate(s) will also support the business and policy team in delivering a range of programmes. This might include researching, identifying, approaching, and securing senior government and business leaders for briefings, panel discussions, roundtables, and conferences.

๐ŸšจThe deadline for applications will be 11:59pm (UK Time) on Sunday, 31 March 2024.

For more information on this opportunity and how to apply, follow this link:

https://asiahouse.org/wp-content/uploads/2024/03/Asia-House-Internship-Advert-2024.pdf

asiahouse.org

27/03/2024

๐ŸŒŸ Today: Inter-Asia Seminar Series on "Cold War and Asia Modernity" ๐ŸŒŸ

Our event, "Cold War and Asia Modernity," part of the Inter-Asia Seminar Series, is happening today online at 12PM. Explore the Cold War's impact on Asia's modernisation with our expert panel.

Join the conversation on Asia's historical and future trajectories:

www.lse.ac.uk

26/03/2024

๐Ÿ”” Cold War and Asia Modernity Seminar Tomorrow ๐Ÿ””

The Inter-Asia Seminar Series invites you to an insightful discussion on the Cold Warโ€™s influence in Asia and the region's navigation through modernity. Join us online tomorrow, 27 March, with Dr. Seung-Ook Lee, Professor Nianshen Song, and Chelsea Nguyen.

๐Ÿ“… Date: Wednesday, 27 March at 12PM.
๐ŸŒ Online via Zoom

Join the conversation and register!

www.lse.ac.uk

25/03/2024

South by Southeast? Burma/Myanmar Through Indonesian and Indian Ocean Lenses, Darkly

In 1960, the LSE-trained anthropologist Edmund Leach published an oft-cited article titled โ€œThe Frontiers of โ€˜Burmaโ€™โ€ in which he raised fundamental questions about the country then known as Burma and today known as Myanmar. More than sixty years later, this seminar is intended to do the same in the context of the countryโ€™s inclusion in the activities of both the LSE South Asia Centre and the Southeast Asia Centre. The seminar begins by spotlighting both the striking commonalities and the striking divergences in the modern historical trajectories of Burma/Myanmar, on the one hand, and the Netherlands East Indies/Indonesia, on the other. The seminar then zooms out to situate Burma/Myanmar within the broader historical context of the Indian Ocean. The point is to show how both Southeast Asian and South Asian perspectives help to illuminate the countryโ€™s political past, its current political predicament, and the prospects for political change in the future.

Dwelling in the uninhabitable Jakarta: notes from the field 25/03/2024

๐Ÿ“˜ New Blog Insight: "Dwelling in the uninhabitable Jakarta: notes from the field" by Marco Del Gallo ๐ŸŒ†

"Most areas in North Jakarta are undoubtedly experiencing unprecedented environmental, social and economic pressures. But does a language of crisis really bring us closer to the lived world? The author invites us to look beyond mere subsistence and pay attention to the ways in which communities in vulnerable conditions create novel social relations, identities, and values" writes Marco Del Gallo

Join us in discovering the remarkable ways in which vulnerable communities in Jakarta foster resilience and innovation.

๐Ÿ”— Read the full story here:

Dwelling in the uninhabitable Jakarta: notes from the field Most areas in North Jakarta are undoubtedly experiencing unprecedented environmental, social and economic pressures. But does a language of crisis really bring us closer to the lived world? The autโ€ฆ

24/03/2024

โณ Countdown to "Cold War and Asia Modernity" - 3 Days Left! โณ

The Inter-Asia Seminar Series continues with a critical look at the Cold War's lasting impact on Asia. Join us online this 27 March to explore the historical and contemporary influences with Dr. Seung-Ook Lee, Professor Nianshen Song, and Chelsea Nguyen.

๐Ÿ“… Date: Wednesday, 27 March
โฐ Time: 12:00pm-1:15pm
๐ŸŒ Online Event

Secure your place for this enlightening dialogue: https://bit.ly/SEACInterAsia-SeminarSeries

22/03/2024

Happening next week! Cold War and Asia Modernity ๐ŸŒŸ

While many today use Cold War 2.0 to refer to the standoff between U.S. and China, it is worth remembering that the first Cold War never ended in Asia, as evidenced by the political situation on the Korean Peninsula and that surrounding the Taiwan Strait. How has Cold War figured into the (controversial) modernisation process of East and Southeast Asia as well as the various (critical) imaginaries of modernity across the regions? As discussions of decolonisation often predicate on the dichotomy of global North vs. global South, how should scholars of Asia position themselves in their conscious effort to reconfigure knowledge production?

The Inter-Asia Seminar Series continues with a critical look at the Cold War's lasting impact on Asia. Join us online this 27 March to explore the historical and contemporary influences with Dr. Seung-Ook Lee, Professor Nianshen Song, and Chelsea Nguyen.

๐Ÿ“… Date: Wednesday, 27 March
โฐ Time: 12:00pm-1:15pm
๐ŸŒ Online via Zoom

Secure your place for this enlightening dialogue:

www.lse.ac.uk

The Archaeology of the Kula and Malinowskiโ€™s Notion of โ€œEconomyโ€ 21/03/2024

๐ŸŒŸ New Publication Highlight: "The Archaeology of the Kula and Malinowski's Notion of Economy" by Hans Steinmuller ๐ŸŒŸ

SEAC Associate Hans Steinmuller has recently published an article entitled "The Archaeology of the Kula and Malinowski's Notion of Economy," which delves deep into the historical and cultural intricacies of the Kula exchange system, offering new perspectives on its economic and social significance. This work is a testament to the enduring relevance of Malinowski's research and a significant contribution to the ongoing dialogue in anthropological and economic studies. For a deeper understanding of Steinmuller's analysis, access the full article here.

๐Ÿ”— Access the full article here:

The Archaeology of the Kula and Malinowskiโ€™s Notion of โ€œEconomyโ€ Malinowski emphasised the rationality and peaceful nature of Kula gift exchanges, and downplayed the role of violence and historical change. Recent archaeological evidence shows the Kula emerged about half a millennium ago, amidst major

(Un)contested accumulation by reclamation in Jakarta Bay 20/03/2024

๐ŸŒŠ New SEAC Blog Alert: "(Un)contested accumulation by reclamation in Jakarta Bay" by Henrico Saeran ๐ŸŒ†

"Vested interests have been actively reclaiming land from Jakarta Bay for speculative real estate development since the mid-1990s. Widespread institutional reforms and a changing urban political economy have invited greater contestation over these plans. However, one prominent developerโ€™s recent success in developing two islands into upmarket properties highlights the resilience of such interests today," writes Henrico Saeran

๐Ÿ‘‰ Dive into the blog here: https://wp.me/pcl39r-Io

(Un)contested accumulation by reclamation in Jakarta Bay Vested interests have been actively reclaiming land from Jakarta Bay for speculative real estate development since the mid-1990s. Widespread institutional reforms and a changing urban political ecoโ€ฆ

20/03/2024

๐Ÿ“ข LSE Saw Swee Hock Southeast Asia Centre Launches Official Instagram Account ๐Ÿ“ข

We're delighted to announce the launch of our very own Instagram page. Follow us to stay connected!

We will be sharing:

๐ŸŒ SEAC Seminars Series: Be the first to hear about our seminars that dive deep into Southeast Asian affairs.
๐ŸŒ Events, Workshops, and Opportunities: Early announcements and insights into our upcoming events, workshops, and other opportunities.
๐ŸŒ Cutting-edge Publications: Discover the latest research and publications from our SEAC associates and delve into Southeast Asian studies.

Our new Instagram page is your go-to for everything LSE SEAC, as a gateway to understanding Southeast Asia. Whether you're a student, scholar, or simply passionate about Southeast Asia, we invite you to follow us and stay up to date with the latest developments and research in the field.

Follow us at , join the conversation, and help us build a platform rich in knowledge and insights.

19/03/2024

๐ŸŒ New event: Inter-Asia Seminar Series: Cold War and Asia Modernity ๐ŸŒ

Join our upcoming online seminar, part of the Inter-Asia Seminar Series, on "Cold War and Asia Modernity" this Wednesday, 27 March, from 12:00pm to 1:15pm. Hear from Dr. Seung-Ook Lee, Professor Nianshen Song, and Chelsea Nguyen as they discuss the Cold War's complex legacy in Asia.

๐Ÿ“… Date: Wednesday, 27 March 2023
โฐ Time: 12:00pm-1:15pm
๐ŸŒ Location: Online via Zoom

Delve into the political tensions and modernisation processes that have shaped East and Southeast Asia. Register for an engaging conversation: https://bit.ly/SEACInterAsia-SeminarSeries

19/03/2024

๐ŸŒ Happening Today: Unraveling the Peace in Myanmar's Conflict Zones ๐ŸŒ

Dive into an insightful seminar with Professor Ardeth Maung Thawnghmung as we explore the enclaves of peace within Myanmar's violent-prone areas. Learn about the local coping strategies and the socio-economic factors contributing to these peaceful exceptions.

Register now!

www.lse.ac.uk

18/03/2024

โŒ› Reminder: Myanmar's Path to Peace Seminar Tomorrow โŒ›

Join us online for a profound discussion with Professor Ardeth Maung Thawnghmung on the strategies and factors that have enabled some regions in Myanmar to remain peaceful amidst widespread conflict.

๐Ÿ—“๏ธ 19 March | โฐ 12 PM - 1:15 PM | ๐ŸŒ Online via Zoom

This seminar is your chance to understand the intricacies of community resilience and coping mechanisms in times of crisis. Last chance to register:

www.lse.ac.uk

16/03/2024

๐Ÿ“ฃ Countdown to the upcomign SEAC Seminar: 3 Days Away! ๐Ÿ“ฃ

How have some villages remained peaceful in violent-prone areas? Factors affecting variations in the nature, intensity of violence, and coping strategies in post-coup Myanmar.

Prepare to be captivated by Professor Ardeth Maung Thawnghmung's exploration of peaceful resilience in Myanmar's conflict zones. This online seminar will uncover the underlying factors that contribute to the survival and peace of certain villages against the backdrop of political upheaval.

๐Ÿ“… Tuesday, 19 March | โฐ 12 PM - 1:15 PM | ๐ŸŒ Online via Zoom

Don't miss this opportunity to gain deeper insights into the complex landscape of Myanmar's ongoing struggles and the pockets of peace that defy the odds. Join us online:

www.lse.ac.uk

15/03/2024

Q***r Indonesian Muslims: Navigating Gender, S*xuality, and Faith.

Join us for an enlightening seminar with Dr Diego Garcia, as he explores his new book, โ€œGender, S*xuality and Islam in Contemporary Indonesia: Q***r Muslims and their Allies.โ€ This seminar offered a unique insight into the lives and experiences of q***r Muslims in Indonesia, the worldโ€™s largest Muslim country. Dr Garciaโ€™s book, based on extensive ethnographic research, sheds light on how q***r Indonesian Muslims navigate their gender, s*xual, and religious identities. The talk explored the emergence of q***r religious geographies, the making of q***r Muslim subject positions at the intersection of education, family, peers and media, and the invaluable support of allies within the framework of progressive Islam. Attendees gained an in-depth understanding of the critical role of Islam as a source of strength and guidance for gender and s*xual minorities in Indonesia.

15/03/2024

Please join us for the upcoming SEAC event with Julia Weissman (PhD candidate from University Heidelberg) who will be joining us remotely. The event will be in reading group style โ€” with a presentation followed by a Q+A session. This event is free and open to the public.

๐ŸŒ From unarmed to armed resistance โ€“ the anti-coup in Myanmar๐ŸŒ

Following the 2021 military coup, a unionwide peaceful anti-coup movement emerged in Myanmar, which escalated into armed conflict. The aim of this paper is to explain how and why the initially nonviolent anti-coup movement radicalized. This study applies the qualitative method process-tracing. I argue that the resistanceโ€™s radicalization can be explained by three interacting mechanisms. First, the framing of high-intensity repression as a trigger event provides actors with a motivational basis for armed resistance. Second, the initially low cohesion and lack of leadership in the movement enabled mobilization for armed resistance in self-organizing networks. Third, the contentious capacity of longstanding non-state armed actors provides resisters with possibilities to implement an armed repertoire.

๐Ÿ“… Date and Time: March 21 2024: 18:30-20:00 PM
๐Ÿ“ Location: LSE CKK Building Room CKK.2.16

If interested, please RSVP to [email protected]

From causality to blame: exploring flooding, factories and land conversion in Eastern Thailand 14/03/2024

๐Ÿ“˜ New Publication from Prof Hyun Bang Shin: "From Causality to Blame: Exploring Flooding, Factories, and Land Conversion in Eastern Thailand"

In this insightful study, Prof Shin explores the complex dynamics between industrial expansion, land conversion, and the heightened risk of flooding in Eastern Thailand. This research sheds light on the environmental consequences of urban development and raises important questions about social justice and responsibility.

๐Ÿ”— Access the full article here: https://bit.ly/3x1oUbB

From causality to blame: exploring flooding, factories and land conversion in Eastern Thailand It has become common to attribute the growing frequency and severity of floods to climate change. But the factors behind flooding are many, and climate change often disappears from the equation at ...

13/03/2024

๐ŸŒŸ Upcoming Seminar: How have some villages remained peaceful in violent-prone areas? Factors affecting variations in the nature, intensity of violence, and coping strategies in post-coup Myanmar๐ŸŒŸ

Join us for an online seminar with Professor Ardeth Maung Thawnghmung from the University of Massachusetts Lowell. This session will delve into the resilience and peace maintained by some villages in Myanmar despite widespread violence following the 2021 military coup.

๐Ÿ“… Date: Tuesday, 19 March 2024
โฐ Time: 12.00pm to 1.15pm
๐ŸŒ Location: Online via Zoom

Professor Thawnghmung will address crucial questions on the transformation of political violence, the interplay between non-state armed groups and the state, and the remarkable strategies employed by communities to safeguard their wellbeing.

This seminar promises to offer a comprehensive understanding of the socio-political dynamics in post-coup Myanmar and the resilience of its people.

Reserve your virtual seat today for this must-attend event: https://bit.ly/SEACEvent19Mar

13/03/2024

๐Ÿ“ฃHappening Today: Join Us for a Seminar on Q***r Indonesian Muslims at LSE ๐Ÿ“ฃ

Dive into a discussion with Dr. Diego Garcia on the complexities of being q***r and Muslim in Indonesia. This seminar promises a thoughtful exploration of gender, s*xuality, and faith.

๐Ÿ•› 12 PM - 1:15 PM | ๐Ÿ“ LSE, Room PAN 2.01 & Zoom

Be part of this insightful session:

www.lse.ac.uk

12/03/2024

โณ Reminder: Seminar on Q***r Indonesian Muslims Tomorrow at LSE โณ

Explore the lives of q***r Muslims in Indonesia with Dr. Diego Garcia. Gain a deeper understanding of how they navigate their identities within the Islamic faith.

๐Ÿ—“๏ธ 13 March | โฐ 12 PM - 1:15 PM | ๐Ÿ“ Room PAN 2.01 & Online

Last chance to be part of this important conversation.

Sign up now: https://bit.ly/SEACEvent13Mar

www.lse.ac.uk

11/03/2024

SEAC Director John Sidel talks with Dr. Petra Alderman from University of Birmighham to shares insights on local & national power dynamics in transport, telecoms, and infrastructure in the Philippines๐Ÿ‡ต๐Ÿ‡ญ tune in for your morning commute!

๐Ÿ”— Listen now on Spotify: https://bit.ly/3T6xgq2

10/03/2024

๐Ÿ“ฃ Countdown to Seminar: Q***r Indonesian Muslims - 3 Days to Go! ๐Ÿ“ฃ

Anticipate an enlightening talk by Dr. Diego Garcia on the nuanced experiences of q***r Muslims in Indonesia. Discover their stories of faith, identity, and resilience.

๐Ÿ“… Wednesday, 13 March | โฐ 12 PM - 1:15 PM | ๐Ÿ“ LSE & Zoom

A must-attend for those interested in the intersections of gender, s*xuality, and religion.



Register today:

www.lse.ac.uk

The Impact of Human Rights on Social Responsibility Policies on Small-Scale Fishing Communities in Indonesia 08/03/2024

๐Ÿ“˜ New Blog Post by Eko Octavianus: "The Impact of Human Rights on Social Responsibility Policies on Small-Scale Fishing Communities in Indonesia"

In a world where the demand for sustainable and traceable seafood is ever-increasing, Indonesia faces the challenge of balancing domestic needs with global sustainability standards. Eko Octavianus explores the intricate dynamics of this balancing act, emphasizing the growing importance of social responsibility and human rights in the fisheries sector.

Discover the insights into how these global trends are shaping the lives of small-scale fishing communities in Indonesia and the implications for the future of sustainable fisheries.

๐Ÿ‘‰ Read the full blog here: https://wp.me/pcl39r-Ih

The Impact of Human Rights on Social Responsibility Policies on Small-Scale Fishing Communities in Indonesia In recent years, the fisheries sector has gained significant global attention in response to challenges such as declining fish populations and overfishing. This has fueled consumer demand for sustaโ€ฆ

Shape-shifting and Strategic In/visibility: Comparing S*x Work Activism in Singapore and the Philippines | TRaNS: Trans-Regional and -National Studies of Southeast Asia | Cambridge Core 07/03/2024

๐ŸŒŸ Highlighting New Research by Dr. Sharmila Parmanand ๐ŸŒŸ

Dr. Sharmila Parmanand, SEAC Associate, has recently published a compelling comparative study titled โ€œShape-shifting and Strategic In/visibility: Comparing S*x Work Activism in Singapore and the Philippines.โ€ Featured in TRaNS: Trans-Regional and -National Studies of Southeast Asia, this article delves into the complexities and strategic dimensions of s*x work activism within these diverse cultural contexts.

๐Ÿ“– Explore this enlightening research here: https://bit.ly/3TqCQ7R

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Shape-shifting and Strategic In/visibility: Comparing S*x Work Activism in Singapore and the Philippines | TRaNS: Trans-Regional and -National Studies of Southeast Asia | Cambridge Core Shape-shifting and Strategic In/visibility: Comparing S*x Work Activism in Singapore and the Philippines

06/03/2024

๐ŸŒŸ New Seminar Alert: Q***r Indonesian Muslims: Navigating Gender, S*xuality, and Faith ๐ŸŒŸ

Join us for a seminar with Dr. Diego Garcia, as he discusses his new book and the intersectionality of q***r identities in Indonesia, within the Islamic context.

๐Ÿ“… Wednesday, 13 March 2024
โฐ 12.00pm to 1.15pm
๐Ÿ“ LSE, Room PAN 2.01 & Online via Zoom

This session will delve into how q***r Muslims in Indonesia reconcile their identities with their faith, offering insights into their daily lives and the supportive role of progressive Islam.

Don't miss this enriching discussion. Secure your spot now: https://bit.ly/SEACEvent13Mar

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06/03/2024

๐ŸŒ Today: Exploring Burma/Myanmar's Political Landscape at LSE ๐ŸŒ

Don't miss "South by Southeast? Burma/Myanmar Through Indonesian and Indian Ocean Lenses, Darkly." Engage with our experts as they dissect the nation's historical and political complexities.

๐Ÿ•› 12 PM - 1:15 PM | ๐Ÿ“ LSE, Room PAN 2.01 & Online

Join us for this fascinating seminar: https://bit.ly/SEACEvent6Mar

www.lse.ac.uk

05/03/2024

โŒ› Seminar Reminder: Burma/Myanmar Through New Lenses - Tomorrow at LSE โŒ›

Dive into a critical discussion on Burma/Myanmar's political landscape, its historical context, and its future. Join us in-person or online for this insightful seminar.

๐Ÿ—“๏ธ Wednesday, 6th March | โฐ 12 PM - 1:15 PM | ๐Ÿ“ Room PAN 2.01, LSE & Zoom

Last chance to join this enlightening session. Register here: https://bit.ly/SEACEvent6Mar

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Our Story

The Saw Swee Hock Southeast Asia Centre (SEAC) is a multidisciplinary Research Centre within the London School of Economics and Political Science.

Building on the Schoolโ€™s deep academic and historical connections with Southeast Asia, SEAC seeks to foster world-leading academic and policy research with a focus on the Southeast Asian social and political landscape, guided by the Centre's core intersecting research themes of urbanisation, connectivity and governance.

The Saw Swee Hock Southeast Asia Centre was established with the generous support of Professor Saw Swee Hock.

SEAC is LSEโ€™s gateway to understanding Southeast Asia.

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South by Southeast? Burma/Myanmar Through Indonesian and Indian Ocean Lenses Darkly
Queer Indonesian Muslims: Navigating Gender, Sexuality, and Faith
Roundtable Discussion on the Indonesian Elections: Process, Outcome, Implications
Rama X: The Thai Monarchy Under King Vajiralongkorn
Development in Spirit: Religious Transformation and Everyday Politics in Vietnam's Highlands
The Start-Up State? Strategic Economic Development in Digital Tech in Singapore
A Forward-Looking Conversation with Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit on Thailand's Past, Present, and Future
The Drama of Dictatorship: Martial Law and the Communist Parties of the Philippines
The 2024 Presidential Elections in Indonesia: Do they Matter?
The Making of an Authoritarian Dynasty: From Hun Sen to Hun Manet in Cambodia
Consumer Socialism and Vietnamโ€™s New Middle Classes
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