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Mark R. Thompson, SEARC director/AIS head, will participate in a round table "Asianism Retold" at the NIICE Global Conclave

Mark R. Thompson, SEARC director/AIS head, will participate in a round table "Asianism Retold" at the NIICE Global Conclave on June 27. For more information and registration click this link: https://niice.org.np/events/niice-global-conclave-2021

27 June 2021 (Sun)
Prof. Mark R. Thompson, AIS head/SEARC director published an article in the South China Morning Post

Prof. Mark R. Thompson, AIS head/SEARC director published an article on the mandatory testing of domestic helpers in Hong Kong in the South China Morning Post: https://www.scmp.com/comment/opinion/article/3132149/dont-treat-helpers-scapegoats-hong-kongs-struggling-vaccine-drive

 

5 May 2021 (Wed)
Mark R. Thompson, AIS head/SEARC director recently published a piece in the East Asia Forum

Mark R. Thompson, AIS head/SEARC director recently published a piece in the East Asia Forum on the political prospects of Philippine president Rodrigo Duterte as his term in office draws near: https://www.eastasiaforum.org/2021/04/25/are-dutertes-political-fortunes-term-limited/

25 April 2021 (Sun)
Prof. Mark R. Thompson, AIS Head/SEARC director will hold a talk at the Department of Sociology, Lingnan University

Prof. Mark R. Thompson, AIS Head/SEARC director will hold a talk at the Department of Sociology, Lingnan University on April 19 at 2.30 by Zoom entitled "How much Pushback after Backsliding? Opposition to Autocratization in Southeast Asia" : for more information and the Zoom link click here: https://www.ln.edu.hk/events/on-line-seminar-on-how-much-pushback-after-backsliding-opposition-to-autocratization-in-southeast-asia

 

19 April 2021 (Mon)
Mark R. Thompson, Head and Professor of AIS/Director of SEARC published an article about changed perceptions of Philippine "people power"

Mark R. Thompson, Head and Professor of AIS/Director of SEARC published an article about changed perceptions of Philippine "people power" which took 35 years ago this month and president Rodrigo Duterte's little known links to it: https://www.scmp.com/week-asia/opinion/article/3122665/philippine-people-power-35-strange-metamorphosis-under-duterte

 

23 February 2021 (Tue)
Mr Gerard MCDERMOTT, AIS PhD student published an article "Thailand’s Creeping Digital Authoritarianism" on The Diplomat.
17 February 2021 (Wed)