S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies

RSIS

S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies

Type Think Tank
Website rsis.edu.sg
Wikipedia Wikipedia
Year founded 2007
Headquarters Singapore Singapore Singapore
Functions Education and training, Research
Tags counter-terrorism foreign relations
See also NTS, IDSS, ICPVTR
Summary The S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS) is a global think tank and school of graduate education offering Master of Science Programmes in Strategic Studies, International Relations, International Political Economy, and Asian Studies. Its five Research Centres and two Research Programmes, led by the Executive Deputy Chairman, and assisted by the Dean on the academic side, drive the School’s research, education and networking activities.


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RSIS · 7 January 2022 English

The authors’ views are their own and do not represent the official position of the S. [...] While the government-in-exile ─ the ‘National Unity Government’ (NUG) ─ claims ownership of …


RSIS · 7 January 2022 English

Especially key are differing perspectives on the role of race and religion in government, and on the ethno-nationalist coalition that came to power in early 2020, supplanting the reformist coalition …


RSIS · 5 January 2022 English

001 – 5 January 2022 The authors' views are their own and do not represent the official position of the Institute of Defence and Strategic Studies of the S. [...] …


RSIS · 4 January 2022 English

Malaysian youth do have a long history of activism, either as youth or students, peaking in the 1960s-70s, or as citizens, including as part of Reformasi protests in the 1990s …


RSIS · 30 December 2021 English

The use of JI’s Islamic school network to recruit new members and maintain the loyalty of existing ones is still ongoing. [...] The arrests also confirmed that by adopting the …


RSIS · 29 December 2021 English

SYNOPSIS Cambodia’s upcoming chairmanship of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) in 2022 falls at a time when three major issues will dominate the ASEAN agenda: (i) the Myanmar …


RSIS · 29 December 2021 English

Towards ICCS 2022 Worldviews Education: Strengthening Social Inclusion By Anna Halafoff SYNOPSIS Growing clashes within cultures, and the ongoing threat of terrorism, have drawn attention to the importance of educating …


RSIS · 29 December 2021 English

meanwhile “continues to operate as a low- That said, the Taliban victory is unlikely to level and well-entrenched insurgency in rural motivate JI and IS supporters to plan attacks areas” …


RSIS · 27 December 2021 English

Inclusion of Non-State Actors The post-Cold War era witnessed the rise of “participatory regionalism,” which is the inclusion of non-state actors in spaces and activities that were previously deemed the …


RSIS · 26 December 2021 English

026 – 27 December 2021 2021 The authors' views are their own and do not represent the official position of the Institute of Defence and Strategic Studies of the S. …


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