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.
Germany, Social Justice
Social Reproduction, social security and crisis-related developments: Feminist Perspectives regarding Europe's neoliberal restructuring
The article of Katharina Puhl, researcher for feminist sociology and capitalism analysis at RLS Berlin, will explore risks and challenges for social security policies and politics with regard to gender-sensitive effects and outcomes during crisis-related austerity politics in German context, framed by European politics.
The authors of this brochure determinedly state: «The question is therefore not whether, but how and when we will achieve a future based on renewable energy.» Unfortunately, even these days renewables are still skeptically looked at.
The study gives an overview of the framework conditions for a transition towards a socially inclusive renewable energy based electricity sector in Vietnam.
Myanmar, Political Analysis
Myanmar, Political Analysis, Social-ecological transformation
[German only] Constitutional Reforms in Myanmar - A Country at the Beginning of a Transformation Process
In his working paper in German language, the author Christian Landenberger is summarizing the recent changes of Myanmar’s constitution since the beginning of the transformation process. He is aiming to evaluate the changes and he provides prospects for the future of Myanmar.
Social Justice, Vietnam
Cambodia, Political Analysis
[German only] The end of the blockade - Agreement between government and opposition parties in Cambodia could contribute to democratisation
If Hun Sens succeeds in his experiment to dare "more democracy", people in Cambodia could hope for a better future. But the road still seems long.
Cambodia, Germany, Political Analysis, Social Justice, Vietnam
Communal Foreign Policy: A Tool for Achieving Target Goals and for the Progression of Social Equality in the Global South and Global North
In his working paper the author Mr Khai Phung is aiming to introduce the concept of district partnerships as a tool of communal foreign policy.
Myanmar, Social-ecological transformation
Myanmar, Social Justice, Social-ecological transformation, Vietnam
[Burmese only] Partner Meeting 2014: Talking about Social Justice, Socio-Ecological Transformation and Participatory Politics
The Partner Meeting 2014 took place between the 28th -31st of July 2014 in Da Lat, Lam Dong province. Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung Southeast Asia (RLS SEA) invited 66 participants, including some potential future partners.