On 11 May 2015, SEATIDE members gathered at the European External Actions Service (EEAS), Brussels, for Southeast Asia Briefing 1 on “Patterns of Authoritarianism in Southeast Asia”.
The event, which was co-organized by Ranieri Sabatucci, head of the EEAS Southeast Asia division, the EFEO and the University of Cambridge focused on research conducted within the framework of SEATIDE’s Work Package 4, “National and transnational exchange of information”.
The following presentations were delivered:
- Power and History in Indonesia and Malaysia, Sumit Mandal (University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus)
- Patterns of Authoritarianism in SEA: Perspectives from the Philippines, Teresa S. Encarnacion Tadem (University of the Philippines Diliman)
- State Violence and Capital Punishment in SEA, Tim Harper (University of Cambridge)
For the content please see Policy Brief 4 “Authoritarianism in Southeast Asia: Old and New”