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Session 1China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI): Bridging Disciplines, Theories and Methods in the Research on its Impacts on Southeast Asia? 1Alfred GerstlWolfram SchaffarMária Strašáková
Session 2China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI): Bridging Disciplines, Theories and Methods in the Research on its Impacts on Southeast Asia? 2Alfred GerstlWolfram SchaffarMária Strašáková
Session 3Rethinking Southeast Asian International Relations: New Theories and MethodologiesDeepak Nair
Session 4The government intermediary: The role of middlemen and socio-cultural brokers in past and present Southeast Asia, ca. 1800–2000Bernard KeoMaarten Manse
Session 5Liberalism, Majoritarianism, and Religious Conservativism in Contemporary IndonesiaChris ChaplinMichael BuehlerDaniel Peterson
Session 6Governance to the Local Level: Synergies between the Social, Economic, and Climate Change Sustainable Development Goals in Southeast Asian CitiesRonald Holzhacker
Session 7On Being Radical or Moderate: The Many Ways of Interpreting Radicalism and Promoting Moderate Islam in Contemporary Indonesia 1Muhammad Adlin SilaYanwar PribadiWahyuddin Halim
Session 8On Being Radical or Moderate: The Many Ways of Interpreting Radicalism and Promoting Moderate Islam in Contemporary Indonesia 2Muhammad Adlin SilaYanwar PribadiWahyuddin Halim
Session 9Health equity and embodied vulnerabilities in a region in transitionCatherine Smith
Session 10The political economy of Southeast Asian statesTerence E. GomezPietro P. Masina
Session 11Rethinking Southeast Asian Mega-CitiesTamaki EndoSandra Kurfürst
Session 12Religious Minorities and Democracy in Southeast Asia: New Trajectories and New ApproachesKikue HamayotsuChiara Formichi
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