3. Reports

Reports highlight work in specific sectors or themes and may be stand-alone publications or part of a series. These publications are distinct from books, journals, working papers, policy briefs, or operational documents since they contain strong analytical content and data analysis focusing on work done in a specific sector or theme. Some examples are corporate or project research with conclusions and recommendations, cross-country economic analyses, operational or conference reports, and annual reports.


  • Marine Environmental Governance in the South China Sea 

    Astuti, Rini (S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, 2017-06-05)
    By meeting the UN's Sustainable Development Goal 14 on Life Below Water, parties in the South China Sea can enhance transboundary partnerships for a more sustainable approach to marine environmental governance.
  • Tides of Change in Iran and The US: Implications for the Philippines 

    Molina, Andrea Kristine G. (Center for International Relations and Strategic Studies, 2017-05-31)
    Since the change of administration in the United States, there has been declining enthusiasm to move forward the Joint Cooperation Plan of Action (JCPOA) or the Iran nuclear deal. US President Donald Trump’s vocal, antagonistic stance on Iran sparked ...
  • Cooperation with China on the Philippines’ War on Drugs 

    Mirasol, Jeremy Dexter B. (Center for International Relations and Strategic Studies, 2017-05-31)
    President Rodrigo Duterte launched the war on drugs at the beginning of his term, a high-profile campaign against illicit drug trade that serves as the cornerstone of domestic policy. The Philippines seeks to eradicate drug dealing and addiction, which ...
  • The Philippines’ “Pivot” to China: A Review of Perspectives 

    Ibarra, Edcel John A. (Center for International Relations and Strategic Studies, 2017-05-31)
    Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte surprised some observers when he announced during a state visit to China in October 2016 that he has “separated” from the US to be “dependent” on China “for a long time.” Considering the rather bellicose tone of the ...

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