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Anne Summers Reports, There's an App for That: Human Traffickers Go Online, Iss. 8 June 2014, Alistair D.B. Cook and Caitriona H. Heinl.

Homeland Security News Wire
, Second MERS Case Discovered in US, 14 May 2014 (Referenced MERS Alert and Polio Redux: Greater Vigilance Critical by Mely Caballero-Anthony and Gianna Gayle Amul)

Malaya Business Insight, Extreme Climate Change in Asia Seen, 14 May 2014, Paul Icamina (featuring Paul Teng, Senior Advisor of RSIS Centre for NTS Studies’ Food Security Programme).

ChannelNewsAsia
, Views on the News, 14 May 2014, Alistair D.B. Cook.

Eurasia Review,  MERS Alert and Polio Redux: Greater Vigilance Critical, 13 May 2014, Mely Caballero-Anthony and Gianna Gayle Amul.

EastAsiaForum, Human Trafficking in Asia Going Online, 5 May 2014, Alistair D.B. Cook and Caitrona H. Heinl.

The Nation, ASEAN Countries Threaten Food Security by Not Working Closely Enough, An Expert Says, 2 May 2014, Paul Teng.

AsiaTimes
, Philippines-US Pact Shows a Human Face, 29 April 2014, Julius Cesar I. Trajano.

reliefweb, Networked Resilience: Moving the Asia-Pacific Forward, 22 April 2014, Alistair D.B. Cook and Gianna Gayle Amul.

The Jakarta Post
, New Avenues for Regional Cooperation: Tackling Human Trafficking in Asia, 11 April 2014, Alistair D.B. Cook and Caitriona H. Heinl.

ChannelNewsAsia
, Views on the News, 8 April 2014, Alistair D.B. Cook.

Reliefweb, Food Security Robustness: A Driver of Enhanced Regional Cooperation?, 7 April 2014, Paul Teng and Maria Carmencita S. Morales.

The National Bureau of Asian Research (NBR) Special Report #45
, Myanmar's Growing Regional Role, March 2014, Mely Caballero Anthony et al.

Eco-Business.com
, China's Big Plans for Biomass, 26 March 2014, J. Jackson Ewing.

East Asia Forum, Volcanoes Test Indonesia's Disaster Management, 14 March 2014, Jonatan Lassa.

ChannelNewsAsia, Views on the News, 11 March 2014, Alistair D.B. Cook.

Challenge Online, Reducing Food Waste, 7 March 2014. (Referenced NTS Workshop on Food Wastage in 2012 and published quote from Prof. Paul Teng on food wastage)

938LIVE, Indonesia to Ratify Haze Treaty, 4 March 2014, Alistair D.B. Cook.

The Jakarta Post, Quick Response to Volcanic Activity, 20 February 2014, Jonatan Lassa.

The Straits Times, Leaning on Religion to Help the Environment, 15 January 2014.
(featuring NTS researcher, Sofiah Jamil's work on islam and environmentalism)

» 2013

The Jakarta Post (Print edition), Energy Security: Would Vietnam's Ninh Thuan Nuclearize Southeast Asia?, 28 December 2013, Margareth Sembiring.

The Jakarta Post, Can Indonesia Advance Peace in Mindanao?, 7 November 2013, Margareth Sembiring.

The Nation, Can Indonesia Advance the Mindanao Peace Process?, 31 October 2013, Margareth Sembiring.

TODAY, More than 'Stock' Solution Needed, for Food Security, 3 October 2013, Belinda Chng.

Eurasia Review, China as the World's Largest Rice Importer: Regional Implications - Analysis, 12 September 2013, J. Jackson Ewing and Zhang Hongzhou.
reliefweb, China as the World's Largest Rice Importer: Regional Implications - Analysis, 12 September 2013, J. Jackson Ewing and Zhang Hongzhou.
(republished from original article,China as the World's Largest Rice Importer: Regional Implications - Analysis, RSIS Commentaries, 12 September 2013.)

938LIVE
, ASEAN Haze Meet, 18 July 2013, J. Jackson Ewing.
 
938LIVEASEAN – A Warp of the Recent Talks, 3 July 2013, Mely Caballero-Anthony.

Engineering World, Nuclear Energy Development in Southeast Asia, June/July 2013, Sofiah Jamil and Lina Gong.

The Straits Times‘More Being Done to Fight Human Trafficking’, 30 June 2013, Alistair D.B. Cook.

D+C Development and Cooperation, ‘Less Hunger, but More Health Hazards’, June 2013, J. Jackson Ewing.

Al Jazeera‘Singapore Smog Casts Diplomatic Cloud’, 22 June 2013, Gianna Gayle Amul.

The Straits Times, ‘What Singapore and Indonesia Can Do to Fight the Haze’, 22 June 2013.
(re-published from original article ‘Haze over Southeast Asia: Battling Transboundary Pollution Together’RSIS Commentaries, 20 June 2013.)

Reuters‘Smog in Singapore from Indonesia Fires Could Last for Weeks’, 20 June 2013.
TODAYonline‘Singapore Pressures Indonesia to Identify Firms Behind Haze’, 18 June 2013
(quotes from Dr Jackson Ewing on the haze issue.)

The Malaysian Insider, 'Is the Region Ready for a New Pandemic?', 20 May 2013, Mely Caballero-Anthony and Gianna Gayle Amul.
The Edge Review, 'Is the Region Ready for a New Pandemic?', 17-23 May 2013, Mely Caballero-Anthony and Gianna Gayle Amul.
TODAYonline, 'Is the Region Ready for a New Pandemic?', 13 May 2013, Mely Caballero-Anthony and Gianna Gayle Amul.

TODAY, 'SEA Must Take Better Shot at Gun Control', 19 May 2013, Pau Khan Khup Hangzo.

envision, Clearing the Air (pgs 16–19), May–June 2013, J. Jackson Ewing and Elizabeth McRae.

Engineering World, 'Singapore: From Water Insecurity to Niche Expertise', February/March 2013, Mely Caballero-Anthony and PK Hangzo.
(Article adapted from November 2012 issue of NTS Insight)

TODAY, 'Will Extreme Weather Spur New Action?', 19 February 2013, J. Jackson Ewing and Sally Trethewie.
(Article adapted from February 2013 issue of NTS Bulletin)

EastAsiaForum
, 'Singapore: Niche Diplomacy through Water Expertise', 31 January 2013, Mely Caballero-Anthony and PK Hangzo.
(Article adapted from November 2012 issue of NTS Insight)

TODAYOnline, ‘Is 2015 the New Copenhagen?’, 22 January 2013, J. Jackson Ewing and Gianna Gayle Amule-International Relations, 2015 the New Copenhagen? The UNFCCC Process Risks Falling into Faulty Patterns’, 19 January 2013, J. Jackson Ewing
(Articles adapted from January 2013 issue of NTS Bulletin)

» 2012

BusinessMirror, 17 November 2012, ‘Food Security: Gut Issue in Asia, Pacific’, by Ed Javier (featuring Paul Teng, Senior Advisor of RSIS Centre for NTS Studies’ Food Security Programme)

Global Times, ‘Chinese Role Critical to Keeping World from Brink of Hunger’, 8 November 2012, by Wang Zhaokun (featuring Sally Trethewie, Associate Research Fellow in RSIS Centre for NTS Studies’ Food Security Programme)

Today, 27 September 2012, 'Creating Ripples with Water Diplomacy', by Pau Khan Khup Hangzo.

Today, 21 September 2012, 'Still Falling Short, In Preparing for Disaster', by Gianna Gayle Amul.

Anza Magazine, August 2012, 'Hidden Hunger', by Sally Trethewie.

Voice of America, 3 August 2012, 'Experts Warn of Future Asia-Pacific Food Vulnerability', by Paul Teng.

The Business Times, 19 June 2012, ‘S’pore Can Use Research to Boost Food Security: Don’, by Paul Teng.

TKN Perspectives, May 2012, Build It and They Will Come: Commitment to the Association of Southeast Asian Nation's Rice Policy Mechanisms’, by Sally Trethewie and J. Jackson Ewing.

Rice Today, April – June Issue 2012, ‘Building Trust in Rice Trade’, Sally Trethewie.

The Straits Times, 10 March 2012, 'Populism Blinding US to Asia's Reality', by J. Jackson Ewing.

J. Jackson Ewing, 13-15 February 2012, 'Traditional and Non-Traditional Security: Exploring Conceptual and Practical Challenges', Paper presented at the 14th Asian Security Conference on NTS Challenges: Today and Tomorrow, Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses, New Delhi.

The Straits Times, 31 January 2012, 'Myanmar President Pledges Commitment to Reform', Interview of Alistair D.B. Cook

The Straits Times, 17 January 2012, 'Myanmar's Road to Democracy', by Alistair D.B. Cook and Bridget Walsh

Reliefweb, 16 January 2012, 'India's Food Security Bill: A Waste or Win for the Hungry?', by Sally Trethewie

» 2011

Phnom Penh Post, 7 November 2011, ‘Too Little, Too Late?’ (In English) (In Khmer)
Eurasia Review, 20 October 2011, ‘Floods and Regional Disaster Preparedness: Too Little Too Late?
ReliefWeb, 20 October, ‘Floods and Regional Disaster Preparedness: Too Little, Too Late?
By Mely Caballero-Anthony and Sofiah Jamil

theSun, 4 October 2011, ‘Food Fears’, by Paul Teng.

The Business Times, 14 September 2011, ‘Asean's Role in Asian Food Security
East Asia Forum, 7 September 2011, ‘Singapore’s Growing Role in Asian Food Security
The Straits Times, 24 August 2011, ‘HDB Rooftops as Farmland?
by Yang Razali Kassim

TODAY, 2 July 2011, ‘The Perils of Human Trafficking Hysteria’, by Zbigniew Dumienski

The Malaysian Insider, 30 June 2011, ‘A Lost Cause: Australia-Malaysia’s Asylum Deal’ by Manpavan Kaur

The Straits Times, 2 June 2011, ‘Food (Security) for Thought in Asia’.
Jakarta Globe, 2 June 2011, ‘Food (Security) for Thought in Asia’.
(Articles adapted from commentary titled ‘Asia’s Food Security Conundrum’ by Paul Teng, J. Jackson Ewing and Margarita Escaler)

Safe World for Women, ‘Understanding the Economics of Sex Tourism’.
(Article adapted from May 2011 NTS Alert titled ‘Recognising the Economic Relationship between Sex Workers and Sex Businesses’ by Manpavan Kaur)

TODAY, 29 March 2011, ‘Sounding Worse, When Things Are Really Getting Better’’ by Bill Durodie
The Straits Times, 25 March 2011, ‘H1N1 Fear a Result of Cry Wolf Mindset?
(Bill Durodie’s response to The Straits Times’ article ‘Did Big Pharma Trigger Flu Pandemic?’19 March 2011)
TODAY, 25 March 2011, ‘Welcome to the Brave New World of Risk-Obsessed Politics’ by Bill Durodie
TODAY, 18 March 2011, ‘Disaster Hacks Should Stick to the Facts’ by Bill Durodie

Eurasia Review, 22 March 2011, ‘“Mercenaries” in Libya: Impact of Legal Impunity – Analysis
(Adapted from a commentary of the same title by Manpavan Joth Kaur)
(Commentary was also referenced in additional information section in ‘Attacks on Civilians Continue in Libya despite UN Resolution’, Impunity Watch, 18 March 2011)
(Commentary was also cited in China Daily, 23 March 2011, ‘Air Strikes Opposed’, and referenced in additional information section in ‘Attacks on Civilians Continue in Libya despite UN Resolution’, Impunity Watch, 18 March 2011)

The Straits Times, 17 March 2011, ‘Reality Check for the Region
(Article adapted from ‘Japan in Disaster: Managing Energy Vulnerabilities’ by Sofiah Jamil and Mely Caballero-Anthony)

‘Applying the Ethnic Rebellion Model and Risk Assessment Model to Conflict in Myanmar’, cited in:
The Auschwitz Institute for Peace and Reconciliation, 27 March 2011
and published in:
Burma Digest, 11 March 2011
Patriotic War Veterans of Burma (blog), 11 March 2011
Humanitarian News, 11 March 2011
(Taken from NTS Insight of the same title by Lina Gong, Manpavan Kaur and Alistair D.B. Cook)

The Straits Times, 10 March 2011, ‘Georgia Aims to Be on Investors’ Minds
(Interview of Zbigniew Dumienski following his commentary, ‘Georgia: Singapore of the Caucasus’)

» 2010

The Jakarta Post, 27 December 2010, 'Cancun: Shifting Goals of Climate Talks'
Eurasia Review, 24 December 2010, 'COP16 Cancun: Shifting Goals of Climate Negotiations'
(Articles adapted from a commentary by J. Jackson Ewing and Irene A. Kuntjoro)

Eurasia Review, 20 December 2010, 'Climate Change and Regional Defence Forces: Is There a Connection?'
(Article adapted from a commentary by Evan A. Laksmana)

Eurasia Review, 20 December 2010, 'Mudflow Management: Lessons for Southeast Asia'
The Straits Times, 16 December 2010, ‘Mudflow Management: Lessons for S-E Asia
(Articles adapted from a commentary by Sofiah Jamil and Devin Maeztri)

The Straits Times, 30 November 2010, ‘Optimism and Different Approach Needed
Eurasia Review, 29 November 2010, ‘COP16: Can Cancun Salvage Copenhagen?
The Jakarta Post, 27 November 2010, ‘May Cancun Salvage Copenhagen’.
(Articles adapted from a commentary by Sofiah Jamil and Devin Maeztri) 

TODAY, 29 November 2010, ‘Human Trafficking is More Than Sexual Exploitation: Experts
(Media coverage of the 4th NTS-Asia Annual Convention on Non-Traditional Security)

The Straits Times, 27 November 2010, ‘Researchers have Much to Chew On
(Centre’s Food Security Policy Brief by Mely Caballero-Anthony, Paul Teng, Margarita Escaler and Pau Khan Khup Hangzo was cited in this article) 

The Jakarta Post, 24 November 2010, ‘Aung San Suu Kyi: Critic or Bridge Builder?
(Article adapted from a commentary by Alistair D.B. Cook) 

Bangkok Post, 17 November 2010, ‘Suu Kyi Release Could Boost Burma’s Economy’
(Article quotes Alistair D.B. Cook on this topic) 

The Jakarta Post, 4 November 2010, ‘Strengthening RI’s Disaster Preparedness’
Eurasia Review, 4 November 2010, ‘Triple Trouble in Indonesia: Strengthening Jakarta’s Disaster Preparedness’
PreventionWeb, 4 November 2010, ‘Triple Trouble in Indonesia: Strengthening Jakarta’s Disaster Preparedness’
(Articles adapted from a commentary by Irene A. Kuntjoro and Sofiah Jamil)

World Affairs Journal, 2010, ‘Pakistan’s Floods: How Not to be Caught Off Guard’
(Article adapted from a commentary by Irene A. Kuntjoro)

 

 

 

 

 
 

 


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