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Centre for Non-Traditional Security (NTS) Studies


The mission of the Centre for NTS Studies is to conduct research and produces policy-relevant analyses aimed at furthering awareness and building capacity to address NTS issues and challenges in the Asia-Pacific region and beyond.

Additional Materials from Centre for Non-Traditional Security (NTS) Studies: Policy Briefs

Working Papers

Title: The shifting sands of the Malaysian political landscape and the impact on security sector governance (SSG)
Authors: Tang Siew Mun
Date: September 2013

Title: Ceasefires sans peace process in Myanmar: The Shan State Army, 1989–2011
Authors: Samara Yawnghwe, Tin Maung Maung Than
Date: September 2013

Title: Conflict in Southern Thailand: Seed for security sector reform?
Authors: Keokam Kraisoraphong
Date: July 2013

Title: Expert Group Meeting on the Impact of Climate Change on ASEAN Food Security
Date: June 2013

Title: Expert Working Group Meeting on Advancing Urban Resilience in the Face of Environmental Change
Date: April 2013

Title: Emergency return of Bangladeshi migrants from Libya
Authors: Tasneem Siddiqui, M. Rashed Alam Bhuiyan
Date: April 2013

Title: The ASEAN Plus Three Emergency Rice Reserve (APTERR): Cooperation, commitment and contradictions
Authors: Sally Trethewie
Date: March 2013

Title: Roundtable on Managing Cross-border Movements of People: Promoting Capacity and Response for Irregular Migration
Date: November 2012

Title: Security sector governance (SSG) and conflict management in Indonesia: The Aceh case
Authors: Rizal Sukma
Date: October 2012

Title: Expert Working Group Meeting on Food Wastage in Southeast Asia
Date: August 2012

Title: Policy Roundtable on Asian Non-Traditional Security
Date: July 2012

Title: The Military Along the Security-Development Frontier: Implications for Non-traditional Security in the Philippines and Thailand
Authors: Aries A. . Arugay
Date: June 2012

Title: Responsibility to Protect in Southeast Asia: Enlarging Space for Civil Society
Authors: Pavin Chachavalpongpun
Date: June 2012

Title: Burmese Refugee Women and the Gendered Politics of Exile, Reconstruction and Human Rights
Authors: Sheena Kumari
Date: May 2012

Title: Dams, power and security in the Mekong: A non-traditional security assessment of hydro-development in the Mekong River Basin
Authors: Christopher G. Baker
Date: April 2012

Title: Climate Change and Migration in Southeast Asia: Responding to a New Human Security Challenge
Authors: Lorraine Elliott
Date: February 2012

Title: Year in Review 2011
Authors: J. Jackson Ewing (ed), Alistair D.B. Cook (ed)
Date: December 2011

Title: MacArthur Asia Security Initiative Dissemination Meeting on Non-Traditional Security
Date: November 2011

Title: Forests, Food and Fuel: REDD+ and Indonesia's Land-use Conundrum
Authors: J. Jackson Ewing
Date: August 2011

Title: Feeding Asia in the 21st Century: Building Urban – Rural Alliances
Date: August 2011

Title: Cooperating in the Energy Security Regime Complex
Authors: Jochen Prantl
Date: August 2011

Title: (Not) Reconciling International Security (IS) with Non-traditional Security (NTS) Studies: Westphalia, the 'West' and the Long Shadow of 1944
Authors: Shaun Breslin
Date: August 2011

Title: Climate Insecurities in Indonesia: Implications and Challenges for Defence Transformation
Authors: Evan A. Laksmana
Date: July 2011

Title: Redefining Food Security in the Face of Foreign Land Investors: The Philippine Case
Authors: Ben . Shepherd
Date: June 2011

Title: Securitising Food Futures in the Asia-Pacific: Human Securitising Regional Frameworks
Authors: Lorraine Elliott
Date: May 2011

Title: Climate Insecurities: Exploring the Strategic Implications for Asia-Pacific Armed Forces
Authors: Evan A. Laksmana
Date: April 2011

Title: Women and Food Security: A Comparison of South Asia and Southeast Asia
Authors: Arpita Mathur
Date: March 2011

Title: Pigs, People and a Pandemic: Communicating Risk in a City-state
Authors: K. U. Menon
Date: March 2011

Title: Risk and Resilience in Three Southeast Asian Cross-Border Areas: The Greater Mekong Subregion, the Heart of Borneo and the Coral Triangle
Authors: Fitrian Ardiansyah, Desak Putu Adhityani Putri
Date: February 2011

Title: The Gender and Climate Debate: More of the Same or New Pathways of Thinking and Doing?
Authors: Bernadette P. Resurreccion
Date: January 2011

Title: Global Norm Diffusion in East Asia: How China and Japan Implement the Responsibility to Protect
Authors: Jochen Prantl, Ryoko Nakano
Date: January 2011

Title: The Economics of Climate Change in Southeast Asia
Authors: Juzhong Zhuang, Suphachol Suphachalasai, Jindra Nuella Samson
Date: December 2010

Title: Regional Workshop on Dealing with Energy Vulnerabilities
Date: December 2010

Title: Pandemic Influenza A/H1N1 (pH1N1) in Hong Kong: Anatomy of a Response
Authors: Richard Fielding
Date: December 2010

Title: H1N1 Outbreak in Pakistan: Lessons Learnt
Authors: Sania Nishtar
Date: December 2010

Title: REDD (Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation): Mitigation, Adaptation and the Resilience of Local Livelihoods
Authors: Enrique Ibarra Gené, Arif Aliadi
Date: November 2010

Title: Pandemic Flu: Public Health and the Culture of Fear
Authors: Michael Fitzpatrick
Date: November 2010

Title: Comprehensive Food Security: An Approach to Sustainably Address Food Insecurity
Authors: Pau Khan Khup Hangzo
Date: November 2010

Title: Comparing the H1N1 Crises and Responses in the US and China
Authors: Yanzhong Huang
Date: November 2010

Title: The Role of NGOs in Combating Avian Influenza in Indonesia: A Muhammadiyah Case Study
Authors: Siti Masyitah Rahma
Date: October 2010

Title: The Korean Peninsula: Peaceful Engagement for Humanitarian Concerns
Authors: Hamid ur-Rehman
Date: October 2010

Title: Public Forum and Workshop on Securing Food Futures in the Asia-Pacific: Evaluating Regional Frameworks for Food Security
Date: October 2010

Title: Water Regime Resilience and Community Rights to Resource Access in the Face of Climate Change
Authors: Keokam Kraisoraphong
Date: September 2010

Title: Non-Traditional Security Challenges, Regional Governance, and the ASEAN Political-Security Community (APSC)
Authors: Mely Caballero-Anthony
Date: September 2010

Title: Food (In)Security in Urban Populations
Authors: Paul Teng, Margarita Escaler
Date: August 2010

Title: Ensuring Urban Food Security in ASEAN
Authors: Paul Teng, Mely Caballero-Anthony, Margarita Escaler, Pau Khan Khup Hangzo
Date: August 2010

Title: The Non-Traditional Security (NTS) Perspective on the Energy Security Policies in Singapore
Authors: Youngho Chang, Nur Azha Putra
Date: June 2010

Title: Report on Regional Consultation on The Responsibility to Protect
Date: April 2010

Title: Operationalising Regimes and Recognising Actors: Responding to Crises in Southeast Asia
Authors: Alistair D.B. Cook
Date: March 2010

Title: Oiling the Wheels of Foreign Policy? Energy Security and China's International Relations
Authors: Zha Daojiong
Date: March 2010

Title: 'Human Securitising' the Climate Security Debate
Authors: Lorraine Elliott
Date: March 2010