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AEC Dream’s Failure ‘Still A Success’
March 28, 2015
AEC Dream’s Failure ‘Still A Success’
ASEAN looks unlikely to achieve its deadline, but the region will still benefit from integration.
AEC Dream’s Failure ‘Still A Success’
Burmese Leaders Outed by Global Witness Over Alleged Land Grabs
March 27, 2015
Burmese Leaders Outed by Global Witness Over Alleged Land Grabs
A new report reveals the extent of land grabbing in Myanmar, especially along the border with China.
Burmese Leaders Outed by Global Witness Over Alleged Land Grabs
Does ASEAN Have a South China Sea Position?
March 26, 2015
Does ASEAN Have a South China Sea Position?
The question is at the heart of controversies that keep rearing their head.
Does ASEAN Have a South China Sea Position?
Cambodia Defends Its Human Rights Record
March 25, 2015
Cambodia Defends Its Human Rights Record
The country has presented a human rights report to the UN in Geneva.
Cambodia Defends Its Human Rights Record
Could Thailand Become the Transport Hub of Indochina?
March 24, 2015
Could Thailand Become the Transport Hub of Indochina?
New agreements to upgrade the country’s rail network could make Thailand a major regional transportation hub.
Could Thailand Become the Transport Hub of Indochina?
One In All In, AIIB Gains Momentum
March 23, 2015
One In All In, AIIB Gains Momentum
Even with the South China Sea disputes, ASEAN countries insist they are committed to China’s new development bank.
One In All In, AIIB Gains Momentum
Mongolia’s Dubious Merchant Navy
March 20, 2015
Mongolia’s Dubious Merchant Navy
The country risks serious damage to its reputation with its questionable maritime activities.
Mongolia’s Dubious Merchant Navy
Is China’s Economic Power in ASEAN Overblown?
March 20, 2015
Is China’s Economic Power in ASEAN Overblown?
A new report suggests there is less to Beijing’s influence than meets the eye.
Is China’s Economic Power in ASEAN Overblown?
Human Trafficking Thrives Where Rule of Law Ends
March 16, 2015
Human Trafficking Thrives Where Rule of Law Ends
Solving Asia’s enormous human trafficking problem will require trained law enforcement and non-corrupt judicial systems.
Human Trafficking Thrives Where Rule of Law Ends
Brunei Mulls New Drone Regulations
March 13, 2015
Brunei Mulls New Drone Regulations
The government says it is developing a new framework for drone use.
Brunei Mulls New Drone Regulations
China Needs Great Power Diplomacy in Asia
March 12, 2015
China Needs Great Power Diplomacy in Asia
To promote its Silk Road strategy, China needs to proactively engage other Asian powers.
China Needs Great Power Diplomacy in Asia
ASEAN Is Not a Security Community (Yet)
March 10, 2015
ASEAN Is Not a Security Community (Yet)
Has the bloc really been the force for peace in the region that some claim?
ASEAN Is Not a Security Community (Yet)
Vietnam, Cambodia Boost Defense Ties
March 10, 2015
Vietnam, Cambodia Boost Defense Ties
The two sides are looking to expand their defense cooperation.
Vietnam, Cambodia Boost Defense Ties
China Challenges ASEAN with Land Fills in South China Sea
March 10, 2015
China Challenges ASEAN with Land Fills in South China Sea
With ongoing reclamation work, the outlook for the region remains grim.
China Challenges ASEAN with Land Fills in South China Sea
Cambodia: When Clouds Fell
March 06, 2015
Cambodia: When Clouds Fell
Cambodian politics, tragedy and a victim’s confrontation with Pol Pot’s surviving henchmen.
Cambodia: When Clouds Fell
Cambodia: Dawn of a New Cinematic Golden Era
March 06, 2015
Cambodia: Dawn of a New Cinematic Golden Era
Forty years after being decimated by the Khmer Rouge, the local film industry is making a stir on the international stage.
Cambodia: Dawn of a New Cinematic Golden Era
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