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Bangkok Bombing Spotlights Uyghur Woes in Southeast Asia
August 28, 2015
Bangkok Bombing Spotlights Uyghur Woes in Southeast Asia
Uyghurs have become a thorny issue for Thailand and other Southeast Asian nations in their relations with China.
Bangkok Bombing Spotlights Uyghur Woes in Southeast Asia
Protecting the Rohingya Muslims in Burma
August 26, 2015
Protecting the Rohingya Muslims in Burma
Responding to the plight of the Rohingya is an international human rights imperative.
Protecting the Rohingya Muslims in Burma
The Truth About Myanmar's New Discriminatory Laws
August 26, 2015
The Truth About Myanmar's New Discriminatory Laws
The euphemistically-termed “Protection of Race and Religion” bills raise serious questions about the country's future.
The Truth About Myanmar's New Discriminatory Laws
Myanmar’s Elections: Jostling for Power
August 20, 2015
Myanmar’s Elections: Jostling for Power
Who might emerge from the uncertainty that surrounds Myanmar’s upcoming polls?
Myanmar’s Elections: Jostling for Power
An Independent News Site for Myanmar
August 17, 2015
An Independent News Site for Myanmar
Myanmar Now launches to provide features, analysis, and investigative pieces.
An Independent News Site for Myanmar
August 15: Indians Remember Japan's Role in World War II Too
August 14, 2015
August 15: Indians Remember Japan's Role in World War II Too
On August 15, Indians will celebrate their independence--however, they too remember World War II.
August 15: Indians Remember Japan's Role in World War II Too
Myanmar's Purge a Blow to Reform
August 14, 2015
Myanmar's Purge a Blow to Reform
Internal purge is a throwback to the era of military rule.
Myanmar's Purge a Blow to Reform
Remembering World War II in Asia: Dishonest Visions of History?
August 13, 2015
Remembering World War II in Asia: Dishonest Visions of History?
Cold War divisions, now shorn of their ideological pretensions, have achieved a kind of second life in war memory.
Remembering World War II in Asia: Dishonest Visions of History?
The 100 Days That Ended the ‘White Man’s Burden’ in Asia
August 11, 2015
The 100 Days That Ended the ‘White Man’s Burden’ in Asia
In just three months, the Imperial Japanese Army ended 150 years of European domination of Asia.
The 100 Days That Ended the ‘White Man’s Burden’ in Asia
The Roots of Religious Conflict in Myanmar
August 06, 2015
The Roots of Religious Conflict in Myanmar
Understanding narratives is an important step to ending violence.
The Roots of Religious Conflict in Myanmar
The Future of Democracy and Human Rights in Myanmar
August 01, 2015
The Future of Democracy and Human Rights in Myanmar
The Diplomat talks with Delphine Schrank about Myanmar's trajectory.
The Future of Democracy and Human Rights in Myanmar
Lingering Ghosts: World War II and the Shaping of Modern Asia
July 31, 2015
Lingering Ghosts: World War II and the Shaping of Modern Asia
How the war’s end brought the end of colonialism, the arrival of communism, and the rise of political dynasties.
Lingering Ghosts: World War II and the Shaping of Modern Asia
Australia and the Southeast Asia Refugee Crisis
July 31, 2015
Australia and the Southeast Asia Refugee Crisis
A look at Canberra's role - or lack thereof.
Australia and the Southeast Asia Refugee Crisis
Myanmar’s Most Vulnerable Face Rations Cut
July 25, 2015
Myanmar’s Most Vulnerable Face Rations Cut
The UN World Food Programme has confirmed it will be cutting food rations for internally displaced persons.
Myanmar’s Most Vulnerable Face Rations Cut
Sorry, the United Kingdom Does Not Owe India Reparations
July 24, 2015
Sorry, the United Kingdom Does Not Owe India Reparations
There are good reasons why Britain doesn't owe India reparations.
Sorry, the United Kingdom Does Not Owe India Reparations
Illegal Logging Throws a Wrench Into China-Myanmar Relations
July 23, 2015
Illegal Logging Throws a Wrench Into China-Myanmar Relations
Myanmar sentenced 153 Chinese loggers to life in prison, sparking protests from Beijing.
Illegal Logging Throws a Wrench Into China-Myanmar Relations
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