Myanmar ISIS is a member of several important regional and international networks, and also has partnerships with leading international foreign policy institutions.
Under the flagships of the Asia-Pacific Roundtable and ASEAN’s People Assembly (APA), this network of ASEAN think-tanks meets regularly to discuss international issues of regional importance, with each other and with experts and government officials from other parts of the world. Members of the ASEAN-ISIS network include:
• Brunei Darussalam Institute of Policy and Strategic Studies (BDIPSS), Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Brunei
• Institute for Strategic and Development Studies (ISDS), Philippines
NEAT promotes exchanges among East Asian think tanks and provides studies on East Asian cooperation, propose recommendations to East Asian Governments within the framework oftrack II diplomacy.
Designated by ASEAN+3 Government, MISIS cooperates with the following institutions within the NEAT framework:
• Brunei Darussalam Institute of Policy and Strategic Studies (BDIPPSS), Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Brunei
• Center for East Asian Studies, China
• Center for East Asian Cooperation Studies, University of Indonesia, Indonesia
• Korean Institute of South East Asian Studies (KISEAS), Korea
• Institute of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Laos
In addition to the ASEAN ISIS and NEAT networks, Myanmar ISIS has partnerships with leading international institutions, including the following:
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