Analyses, Perspectives and Opinions
RLS Southeast Asia regularly publishes political analyses and working papers on current and relevant topics from the Mekong Region. Together with our partners, we shed light on different opinions and introduce perspectives on pressing social and ecological questions and challenges. The publications are categorized according to topics and countries and can be selected using the links below.
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In her synopsis Stephanie Radwanski aims to capture the developments on the disputed territories in the South China and East China Sea in 2013. Eventually, after giving a short introduction to the long lasting conflict and its latest developments, Ms Radwanski gives a prospect on possible outcomes of the conflict.
Labour, Social Justice, Vietnam
Cambodia, Political Analysis
In his report, the author Manuel Palz aims to summarize the developments prior and after the General Elections in Cambodia.
Myanmar, Political Analysis
In her synopsis in the German language Lena-Marie Hentschel summarizes developments oin terms of “Freedom of the press in Myanmar - Developments since the 2012 by-elections”.
In her findings, the author Randi Luise Becker aims to summarize the current status of domestic workers in Vietnam at present state.
Social-ecological transformation, Vietnam
In 2012 RLS supported the project “Towards a participatory policy development: the case of revised Electricity Law in Vietnam” conducted by the Hanoian NGO Green Innovation and Development Centre (GreenID).
Political Analysis, Vietnam
In his working paper the author Volker Bellgart argues that Corporate Social Responsibility has a strong potential to help improving working conditions in Vietnam by empowering the Vietnam General Confederation of Labour, the state trade union.
It is discussed that transforming the global development model must focus on quality instead of quantity, on
sufficiency instead of affluence and on human needs instead of desires. The presentation was held by Daniel Bladh during the 9th Asie Europe People’s Forum for the Vientiane Nights organised by RLS and the International Organizing Committee of the AEPF.